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The Jewish Floridian ( March 27, 1970 )

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 13
.Miami. Florida Friday, March 27, 1970
Three Sections Price V.~
H i>
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deration Board Accepts Report Of Commission
TV training of teacher*,
fcnnc;> : a"inistr"to ,s
I a- community"! first
Ctaritv field of *"
v Mi,,on 2S
I .,:..; of the Greater Miami
l.\ y. ition. His remarks
fc-ere contained in a ret>ort of
J.i,, Federal m'S Commission on
|,.w.. ,tion, which was
| ,,...,.; .. principle by Feder-
I ..,- ol dlrectori at its
'k
n re[>ort. sub-
I 10-month study
under the chairmanship of Dr.
Sol Center, visualized the estab-
lishment of a fully-accredited
College of Jewish Studies which
would help to overcome the
teacher shortage that has been
tcrnud a "crisis situation" by
many national organizations and
agencies.
Many teaching jxisitions are
now being filled by unqualified
l>ersonnel. the report warned,
with an obvious effect on the
quality and relevance of Jewish
education being offered.
The Commission was charged
with the rt evaluation of Feder-
ation's role in the field of Jew-
ish education, defining the Fed-
eration's responsibilities and
recommending priorities for its
participation.
During the course of its work,
the Commission met in bi-weekly
sessions anil utilized a report by
Dr. Azriel Fisenberg anil Dr.
Samuel Dinsky. who authored a
1967 "Study of the Committee's
Role in Jewish Education in
Greater Miami." The Commis-
sion also utilized national data,
met and counseled with educa-
tional directors of congregations,
labbis. and representatives of
teach) is associations.
The Commission's second pri-
ority was the strengthening and
< xpansion of the existing after-
noon Hebrew high school sys-
t m. so that it could become a
community high school for both
Hebrew and Jewish studies. The
Commission noted that, except
for day schools, there is a signif-
icantly high dropout rati affect*
ing matriculation of stud- ';
from elementary to secondary
Jewish education. Since very
tew congregations by themselves
could he expected to maintain
n quality high school program.
this was viewed as a community
responsibility.
The support of communal day
schools was listed as a third
priority by the Commission. The
Federation adopted a posit -,
I aper < nabling i' 'o support
Continued on Pte 9A
Weiznum's View
Stirs Up Storm
i
\ pi litieal storm
. [si Bel as

,-st of the world
l< !.-. [sra< l'i
- I. M.ii I I
.... transpoi I
refugees out
:
-a Inch w..s
Prim*
id ii 's Cabinet,
: al gaffe
pan Tho h
:k lii knows what
: Hi has come
thi aim ol gi t-
but \ ry di -
i cepti d by the
ii came into pol-
itics ith the glamour
hero, hke his
Israi I's Defei si
Dayan. Until
imandl d Israel's
Air Fi h he had helped
,. en dited w ith
.. ;!! i. in the Six-
Daj
i' and Dayan have
. s|k cially in
irticularly in the
way the-) view Israel's future
vith the Arabs. The
iter is a deep
ai matisl who has be-
nasingly Introspective
' : ng. More and more he
refer to be alone or
with a :.'. carefully chosen
1st* nsport Minister, on
'"' d, is a gregarious
x,:' a young and mcr-
po itics, the 46-year-
'haim Weizmann,
'hi grand oh) man of Zionism
: it pi i sident, is
/ ; ositi The Israeli
him a neo-Fascist
rtainly an ultra-
He n presents the
'' lal Part of Me-
in the Cabinet
.,h i has gaim d i
I-iael s "super-
ai ronautical
and sen d
...i Mi Force during
After the war. he
i lifted with the \-
rground move-
I joining the Ha-
'i by David Ben-
u"- '- Moshe Dayan.
i" lii ver In the idea
maining in control
ccupied during
War. Gen. Weil-
' n ntly, "ii I had
* ".id not give up an
West Bank, nor
Decision Viewed With
Disappointed Concern
f IIR WUZMAH
parts of the Sinai, nor an ini h
of the Tiran Straits, and obvi-
ously not the Golan (Syriani
Htights, or C.a-a No Egyptian
soldier," he added, "would ever
":ain set fool in the Sinai if
it depended on me."
<;, n Weizman si es the t- > h-
m logical gap between tht Arabs
Continued on Pag* 3-A
i y

Eban Warns That
U.S. Attitude Will
Encourage Soviets
TEL AVIV In Foreign Min-
ister Abba Kuan's radio addn as
shortly after the announcement
of the IS. decision, he warned
that the American attitude may
encourage the Soviet Union to
continue its support for the Bg-
gri asi in ol Egypt, and cited thi
recent n ci ipt by the U.A.R
advanced SA-3 ground-to-i
missiles as n ason for Israi -
, ,.., .; to i > granti d.
He ti rmi d a "matti r >f
, m consi n lew -" thi fad tl
tin So' "i Union has Introdu
a missile system of the SA-3
category Into Egypt, along with
a substantial numbi r ol Sovii t
personnel.
The Introduction of the S \
creates a new political and mili-
tary dimension to be viewed
with the ui. tost seriousness by
everyone Interested In pre*
ing the balai ee i I forces and
the promotion of stability in the
Middl East," be said.
JERUSALEM President
Nixon's decision to postpom any
action on Israels bid to buj
additional aircraft from the
United Sti tes for thi time be-
ing" has been n oi Ived hi 11
with disai pointmi nt and con-
cern, and Israel is expected to
begin an urgent ca npaign '>>
persuade Mr. Nixon to cha
his mind.
s tot tly afti r the decision was
announi ed bj Seen tarj <> State
William P. Rogers, Fon
Minister Abba Eban issued a
lengthy statement in which he
said Israel's vital defense needs
were jeopardized by the Ami ri-
can decision. "Since last Sep-
t< mbi r," Mr. Kban said, "when
this country asked to be allowed
to purchase more warplanes and
requested financial assistance in
the transaction, favorable ac-
tion on the request has become
more justified, more vital and
more urgent."
Mr. KLan went on television
to inform his countrymen of the
I'.S. decision, which caused dis-
appointment, but no great sur-
prise in Israel, having been ton -
si i n a< a suit of Washington's
temporizing, and the rumors
that such a move was likely.
While Mr. Kban's statement
ii tinted the discouragement in
official circles caused by the
negative decision, his comments
win' not angry or impassioned,
and reflected no outrage such as
that expressed artei Secretary
Rogers' speech last December.
Noting that the decision
11 n lab led an "interim
se," Mr. Eban said his na-
will continue to ask thi
L'nited Stab s to maki an ui.
. appi aisal of it.
Mr. Kban thanked thi L'l
Stati s for its dee.sin:, r rcspoi
in a significant measure t. Is-
ai pli as for help with it -
serious economic problems. It
has been reported hen- that a
s;., 00 1.000 grant will be giv r
to isia i by the United St:' -.
..- o itlined by Senate minoi l
Hugh Scott of Penns; -
a.
Report On Progress
Of CJA-IEF Campaign
lu.d
Israeli Jets Strike
Across Suez Canal
TEL AVIV In mop than
fi ir : ".i inti rn itt tit I
i ardnv nt T lesday, Isi
craft rained Egyptian military
targets across the sue/ Canal,
,, | along the short of the Gulf
ol Suez, military spokesmen re-
poi ted
Strikes were aim-d ai Ain
Suchna. 35 miles south of Port
Sue/, and at anti-aircraft bat-
id ether military posi-
i up to 15 miles inside i i"
Egypt oppositt the central ca-
'ontimied on Pgt 2-A
At the March mei ting ol thi
Gi'i ater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's board ol directors. Robert
Russi 11, gem ral campaign chair-
man, gave .. report on the status
of the 1970 Combined Jewish
A]: i ai-lsrai I Emergency Fund
rivi
The figures showed that as of
March 13, Sl.S21.f-34 had been
taised in the campaign, a sum
which represents a 331 increase
ovi r thi same date in 19(59. Dur-
ing thi same period, $1,618,035
had l'i en raised for the Israi I
Emergency Fund drive a 38
: ase.
More mom y had been rais. d
tor the IFF campaign by March
13 this year than was collected
ring all of 1969. it was re-
vealed, and the $3,439,669 total
.f both campaigns indicated a
44'. increase over last year.
Other actions considen d and
.. i by the board of directors
included:
Agreed to obtain an up-
rlati d appraisal before plai Ii g
the current Federation building
located at 1317 Biscayr* Blvd.
I for -ale.
Approvi d the F undat
. v ish Philanthropii as th
offU. ami for thi Fi
and bequi si pro-
Letters "i Intent wen
ted to t;. b ai I and a
mbers
nei ting.
L. Jules Arkin was ap-
ti d chairman of th< Study
c, mmltti e on Aged and !!
Services by vici presidi nt Di vid
B. Flu man, chairman of the
i munity Planning Con
tie. Work ol this committei
othi is are being n i
Include reviewing the work-
ing relationship between the
for the a.' ii .
Sinai Hospital: the a:-
; lioation by thi .Miami B< a i
Hebrew Home for the Aged for
membership in the Federation: a
Jewish Home for the Aged re-
, ., st for additional beds,
ether services to the aged which
form the basis of the Federa-
tion's allocation to Mount Sinai.
Howard J. Trinz. cochair-
man ol Fi di ration's Young Lea I-
i snip Cabinet, was appointed as
chairman of the Study Commit-
1.1 on Leisure Time Servic i
and College Youth. One of tho
committee's first assignments
will b to work with the YM-
YWHA on their long-standi:
request for decentralized serv-
ices and to review the relation-
ship w ith Hillel University of
Miami. A Y' request for approv-
al of its plans to proceed with
facilities in the North Dade ar-a
will bi reviewed within 90 da. -.
Max Orovitz was appoint 1
to serve as chairman of ''
Multiple Appeals Commit! .
. mbership 11 which will be -
. fti r Mr. Orovitz' return
Israi Federation presi-
I Milti n Weiss was authi-
rized ti> appoint this commit!
..- recent board d
igl lighting grow ing
io' the multi] licitj
in.: the competiti
.. w hich has resu
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Lehrman
Adds 7th
School
Grade
Israeli Aircraft Bombard Military Targets Across Suez
(Continued from Page I-A)
in behalf of the temple and Amer-
ican Jewry.
Reservations tor the Scholarship
Ball are still IvfrtK taken, with
Mrs. Max BodermBn and Walter
Kaplan in charge of arrangements
and tickets available at the school
en the offiee of the temple, 1701
Washington Ave.
Temple Kmanu-El president '
Joseph Cohen, and Stephen Muss, i
general chairman of the April 5
Scholarship Ball which benefits
the temple's Lehrman Day School.
have announce the addition of
t> venth grade classes to the larg-
est and oldest Conservative He-
brew day school in the South. The
Junior high school grade will be
taught in addition to the nursery
school, kindergarten and primary
departments during the 1970-71
;. ademic year, registration for
v hich is now open.
Mi mbera ol the Scholarship
Ball committee have stepped up a
6 al-a-thon campaign to > cure ad-
inal scholarships for the Lehr-
, lay School program. Co-
ordinating < ii'orts ol the volunteer
workers are Mrs. Bernard Kaplan,
S iterhood president, and Mrs.Ted
Hollo, president of the Miami
Beach congregation's PTA.
George J. Talianoff. chairman of
the Journal committee, and Daniel
Ts\al Heller, scholarship commit-
t' i .-iiairman. are working closely
with Mr. Muss and honorary
chairmen Samuel N. Friedland
. nd Harry Pearlman in arranging
for the 5125-a-couple. black tie
dinner-dance in the Fontainebleau
Hotel Sunday. April .">.
The Lehrman Day School occu-
pies a modern building at 727 77th
St.. Miami Beach, and is affiliated
v ith the Solomon Schechter Day
Schools of the United Synagogue
ol America. It meets the highest
standards of the Dade County
Board of ublk- Instruction and the
Florida State Department of Ed-
ucation.
The curriculum, faculty and op-
eration of the school is personally
supervised by Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man, in whose honor the school '*'n recipients of his generosity,
was named in recognition of his
25 years of distinguished service
nal 2one, it was reported, and
all planes n turned safely to
their bases.
Monday night, eight Arab in-
filtrators wen kil'l.-d by Israeli
troops in the Golan Heights, it
was reported. One was killi-d
in the first encounter near Btl-
tjuath, and seven others in the
second clash near Birkct Ham.
an Israeli spokesman revealed.
The Israelis said the fact that
the Arabs Were in possession of
Soviet lilies, grenades and ba-
zookas indieati-d they were guer-
nllas on a mission, probably to
carry out ambushes? In Israhli
territory. Syria, however, said
they -vverv not Pafrsttnfah ROer- "| obt
army
rnKsing. I, a:s C!a,rned
Israelis wen kiikd bZ.1
called "an Ura,ij .1 t|

L' what
an-.'iuih."
Ported ,ha, '^.ing^u *
there
rillas but Syrian army patrols
crossing the ceasefire line for
a "mission behind enemy lines."
The Damascus government
report tid six, including two
officers, wi r. killed and one was
Uv,vn tahsssJ
"stiniartl
and pa:,:
in the
cspitgl
guerrillas li\jng
A band ot rggiejjv
involved in !.
five persoi -
!>ort said
ctash- *Wch kft|
"** the J
Studying plans for the annual Scholarship Ball of the
Lehrman Day School of Temple Emanu-El, scheduled April
5 at the Fontainebleau Hotel, are (left to right). Mrs. Ted
Hollo, president of the Temple Emau-El P.T.A.; Joseph
Cohen, president of the synagogue; Mrs. Max Boderman,
chairman of the arrangements committee for the black tie.
S125-a-couple dinner-dance; and Judge Fred Barad, chair-
man of the school board of the Miami Beach congregation.
Tonight, watch
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Ner Tamid Honors Mr. Shaw
In conjunction with its 12th
Anniversary Banquet Sunday eve-
ring, the T< mple Ner Tamid Hu-
manitarian Award will be present-
ed to its president. Herman I.
Shaw, in recognition of his mans
philanthropic ndcavors. Many ot
the community's institutions have
which is given without regard to
race, color or creed, according to
the inscription on his award.
IN ISRAEL ALL ARE GIVING
MONEY AND BLOOD TO SAVE
THEIR HOMELAND! HELP NOW
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Lay. March 27. 1970
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Page 3-A.
>[r. And Mrs. Mildwof
To Receive Awards
and Mrs. OorRf-MIMwoff.
lv half of many civic.
Mr.
IjZEhWic, and religious caus.-s
Ml. and MRS. OlOGkl MILDWOff
in i!i> forefront of
- effort in behalf
. bet n named for the
Peace Award, to be
lion th< m al the annual
Morton Towers-Israel Dinner of
vBti ; i', Kontaitu bleau Hotel
Saturdaj A; ril 1
Dinner chairmen are Mr. and
:< : man i< i M*nt2 and Mr. and
\Iino\ Rabbi David
I Fn di rick Barad are
men.
Mr a d Mi Mildwoff. Truateea
[si i prominent in
i thi Israi l Komi
.a-. md man) other com-
- for many years.
Mr. Milciwoff Is a member of- the
board of directors of Temple Kith
Sholom. a director of the Civic
League of Miami Reach and of
Hatikvah Lodge. B'nai R'rith. He
is a leader of the Morton Towers
Men's Club and its social club.
Mrs. Mildwoff is active in the
Morton Towers Hadassah. ORT.
Hope School. North Shore B'nai
R'rith and the National Women's
H.me Fashion League, and both
she and her husband are active in
i half of the Variety Children's
Hospital and Krandeis University.
Mr. and Mrs. Mildwoff, who
came to the Miami area from New
York in 1949. are owners of the
New Era Lighting and Lamp Cor-
poration. They are the parents of
Elda Mildwoff. a graduate student
at Rutgers University, Norman K.
Miles of North Miami Beach and
Mrs. Gerald Dressman of New
Jersey.
Mr. and Mrs. Mildwoff will host
a reception in honor of Col. David
Levin, just prior to the dinn< r.
Col. Levin, who will be coming to
Miami from Israel to make the
presentation of the award, is .1
leading officer in the Intelligence
Corps of Israel's Defense Fore. -
Rabbi Kronish To Report
During the 10:45 a.m. services
i at Temple Beth Sholom Saturday.
Rabbi I>-on Kronish will report on
the just-concluded national con-
vention of the Central Conference
; of American Rabbis, which took
place in Jerusalem. The rabbi, who
s. rved as chairman of the Israel
Committee of the CCAR from
1967-69. played a key role in ar-
ranging for the first conclave ever
held in Israel by the Reform rab-
binate.
Rabbi Schiff Beth E!
Brotherhood Guest
The Brotherhood of Temple
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The Jewish Floridian
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 27, 1970

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
"Jewish Floridian
Combining THt JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
_- Number 13
Micmi, Florida Friday. March 27, 1970
Three Sections Price 2 a
deration Board Accepts Report Of Commission
. training of teachers,
cipals an.l administrators is
I as the community'! first
in the field ol Jewish
at'ion" says 'lll,,,n Wciss-
.nt of tin Greater Miami
hhfVdi ral llis remarks
contained in a report of
|Fedprat>or'< Cornmisston on
jsh Education, which was
pted in principle by Feder-
n's bo.ir.! ol din cton at its
ting last wei k.
Com:: issi l rep rt, sub-.
aft, r a 10-month study
under the chairmanship of Dr.
Sol Center, visualized the estab-
lishment of a fully-accredited
College of Jewish Studies which
would h Ip to overcome the
teacher shortage that has been
termed a "crisis situation" by
many national organizations and
agencies.
Many teaching positions are
now being filled by unqualified
personnel, the report warned,
with an obvious effect on the
quality and relevance of Jewish
education being offered.
The Commission was charged
with the ret valuation of Ft der-
ation^ role in the field of Jew-
ish education, defining the Fed-
i ration's responsibilities and
recomnu nding priorities for its
participation.
During the course of its work,
the Commission met in bi-weekly
sessions and utilized a report by
Dr. Azriel Kisenberg and Dr.
Samuel Dinsky, who authored a
1967 "Study of the Committee's
Role in Jewish F.ducation in
Greater Miami." The Commis-
sion also utilized national data,
met and counseled with educa-
tional directors of congregations,
labbis. and representatives of
t, setters associations.
The Commission's second pri-
oi ity was the strengthening and
expansion of the existing aftir-
noon Hebrew high school sys-
tem, so that it could become a
((immunity high school for both
Hebrew and Jewish studies. The
Commission noted that. exct pt
for day schools, there i< a signif-
icantly high dropout rate affect-
ing matriculation of students
from elementary to secondary
Jewish education. Since very
lew congregations by themselves
(in.1 Id be expected to maintain
a quality high school program.
this was viewed as a community
i esponsibility.
The support of communal day
schools was listed as a third
priority by the Commission. The
Federation adopted a posit! n
paper enabling i' o support
Continued on Pin* '-A
IWeizman's View
Stirs Up Storm
lica storm
Israel as
M th< world
lb ; :;" 's
L,. t. Maj. Gen.
Jr '.' transport
. s out
:
h w as
fekly Prime
list i abliK t.
tka ii e
. .. t. Though
L : ic knows what
I is come
it get-
i l vtrj (l>-
I by the
Ml
Wi..- inl | ol-
. year with nour
| like his
I Deft nse
r 1 isyan. Until
I ; Bi li (1 Isi ael's
' Fo: had In Ipa d
I .;.! d with
I in the Six-
I i layan have
r views i spi cially in
|tlcs an partii ilarly in the
they view Israel's future
btions *1th th< Arabs. The
'' Mini ti r is a deep
1 itist who has be-
tacnasingly introspectse
' ms to tri.r to be alone or
' can fully chosen
km
Minister, on
' 0,l': hand is .i gregarious
II ; and ITS r-
the 46-year-
[phtw i -haim Wi Izmann,
ol Zionism
: rst presidi nt, is
' Thi Kraeli
'' neo-Fascist
ly an ultra-
represents the
i Part of Me-
th Cabinet
: gained a
super-
aerona ti al
and s.rve,i
I ree d iring
terthl war. he
d with the ex-
ind move-
ining the Ha-
' David IJ. n-
Da an.
ei in the Idea
I in control
1 cupied during
Gen Wetz-
''<' ntly, -If I had
11 not give up an
kVesi Bank, nor
Decision Viewed With
Disappointed Concern
lIlk WtllMAN
parts of the Sinai, nor an h
of the Til an Stiaits. and ob i-
ously not the Golan (Syrian)
Hi Ights, or Ga/a. "> Egyptian
soldier," he added, 'would >'.'.
;-; iii m t foot in the Sinai .:
it de|H tided on me."
Gen. Wei/man sees the t'
n logical gap between the Arabs
Continued on Ps>* 3-A
Eban Warns That
U.S. Attitude Will
Encourage Soviets
TEL AVIV In Foreign Min-
ister Abba Eban'S radio addr, ss
Shortly after the announcement
of the VS. decision, he warned
that the American attitude may
encourage the Soviet Union to
continue its support for the ag-
gresslon ol Egypt, and cited tin
reci nl i i ipt by the I'.ai: of
advanced SA-3 ground-to-air
missiles as a reason for Isra -
i. quest to I nted.
He tern* d a "matter of
ues ,-u isi qm nee" the fact that
the Soviet Union has introdu ed
a missile system <' the SA- I
category into Egypt, along with
a substantial number of Sovii t
personnel.
"The Introduction of the SA-3
creates new political and n
tary dim nsmn to be viewi
with the ut wst < rlousnesi I >
veryons interested in pre* rv-
big the balance of forces
the promotion of stability in I
Middle East," he said.
JERUSALEM Presidi nt
Nixon's decis pone any
action on isi a< I's bid to buy
additional aircraft fro n thi
Uniti 'i Stati s "for thi timi 11 -
Ing" has \m i'ii reci h i d
w ith intmi nt and con-
cern, and Israel i~ expected to
begii gi nt i ampaign to
. Mr. Nixon to hangi
Ins mi
Shortly after thi decision was
announced bj Secretary of State
William i'. Rogers, Foi
Ministi r Abba ; ban Iss ted a
lengthy statement in which he
saiil Israel's vital defense
were jeopardized by the Ameri-
. an di cim' ;. Smce last s, p-
tember." Mr. Kban said, '"when
this country asked to in allowed
to | .,"..im more wai ',>'-<::- .-.' .1
requested financial assistance in
the transaction, favorable ac-
tion on thi request has become
moie justified, more vital and
niore urgent."
Mr. Klan went on television
to inform his countrymen of the
U.S. decision, which caused dis-
appointment, but no great sur-
prise in Israel, having been fore-
seen a^ a result ol Washington's
temporizing, and the rumors
that such a move was likely.
While Mr. Eban's statenv nt
refit Cti d the discouragement in
official circles caused by the
negative decision, his commmts
wi re not angry or impassioned,
and n fleeted no outrage such as
that expressed a:t, r Secretary
Rogers' speech last December.
Noting that th. decision had
beei ibeled an "inti i im r -
si," Mr. 1 Iban said his na-
tion will continue to ask the
States to make an urgent
i appraisal "t It.
an thanki d thi 'niti I
Stati s for it di cision to re:
. :-. ificant mi as m t< Is-
'.a, 's pi as for help with
- conomic problem
: n 11 ported h* n that
S100.000.000 -rant will be g
Isra I by the Unit, d St it -
tlined by Senate minoi it
: ler H igh Scott of Peni
Report On Progress
Of CJA-IEF Campaign
Israeli Jets Strike
Across Suez Canal
'i l-1. AVIV In more than
intermittent I n-
bard m m Tuesday, 1st
, : raided Egyptian military
targi u across the Sui z Canal,
the shores of the Gulf
ol Sui z, military spoki smen n
; orted.
sink, were aim* d al Ain
na 35 miles south ol
and at anti-aircraft bat-
teries and other military
to 15 miles inslc"
ite the central ca-
''ontinoed on Pg 2 A
At the March mei ting ol thi
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
i i boar ol directors Hubert
Russi 1!. g) :.i ral (ampaign chair-
ga\' a report on thi stal is
of th 1970 Combined Jewish
ptal Israel Emi rg ncy Fund
drive.
Thi figures showed that as of
Man 11 13 51.821.1 been
laised in the campaign, a sum
represents a ">' I Incn as,
i.\ ing thi same period, $1,618
d bet n i aised for the Israel
Emergency Fund drive- a 58^
incn as .
Mon money had been raised
to tht IFF c.im|>aign by March
13 this yar than was collected
inning all of 1969. it was re-
vealed, and the S3.439.669 total
if both campaigns indicated a
11'; increas. over last year.
Other actions considered and
taken by the board Of directors
included:
Agreed to obtain an up-
appraisal before placing
the current Federation b.uldmg
located at 1317 Blscayne Blvd.
I ,i for sale.
Approved the "Foi ndati
.! w Ish Philanthropii -
name for thi Fi
; -. legacy and bequi st pr< -
gram. Lett, rs ol Intent wen
gtril thi board and a
, oei I then
at the tmi;.
; Sinai Hospital; the a -
. ation by the Miami Bea i
Hebrew Home for the Aged for
membership in the Federation; a
Jewish Home for the Aged r -
for additional beds, and
ei hi i si i \ ices to the aged which
the basis of the Federa-
tion's allocation to Mount Sinai.
L. Jules Arkin was an-
ted chairman of tin Study
Committee on Aged b d .;'.' a I i
Services by vice president David
!. Fleeman, chairman of the
Community Planning Commit-
I, Work of this commit;, e. to
which othi rs are b ing nam I
will include review ing the work-
itionship betwei ;i the
for the '
Howard J. Trinz. cochair-
man of Federation's Young Lead*
, iship Cabinet, was appointed as
chairman of the Study Commit-
tee on Leisure Time Services
and College Youth. One of the
committee's first assignments
will be to work with the YM-
YWHA on their long-standing
n quest for decentralized serv-
ici s and to review the relation-
ship with Hillel University of
Miami. A 'Y' request for approv-
al of its plans to proceed with
facilities in the North Dade ana
will bo reviewed within 90 days.
0 Max Orovits was appointed
to serve as chairman of the
Multiple Appeals Committi
i mbi rship i.i which will he se-
lected alter Mr Orovitz' return
from Israi I. Fi . t Milton Weiss was autho-
ed to appoint this committi
as a : suit ol n ci nt b> ird i
ss is lighlighting grow I
, ni n oi er the multiplicitj
can paigns and the compctiti
: n huh has suit
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> knish Hcridiair
Frid
y-March 27
Lehrman School lsrae!l Ajrcraft Bon*ard MiRtary Taiie,s Across Su
Adds 7th Grade
Tomplr Kmami-Kl
Joseph Cohen, and Stephen Muss.
Kvneral chairman of the April 5
Scholarship Ball which bt-nefits
the temple's Lehrman Day School.
have announce the addition of
seventh pradc classes to the larg-
<>t and oldest Conservative He-
brew day school in the South. The
junior high school grade will bo
taught in addition to the nursery
school, kindergarten and primary
departments during the 1970-71
tdemic year, registration for
which is now op i
M mbers of the Scholarship
mmittee have sii i>i uin campaign to secure ad-
i in iai ships for the Lehr-
man l >ay s.-hool program. Co-
iting i iiiii i. .i the volunteer
workers are Mrs. Bernard Kapl
Sisterhood president, and Mrs. Ted
Hollo, president of the Miami
B<... h congregation's PTA.
George J. Talianoff, chairman of
the journal committee', and Daniel
Nial Heller, scholarship commit-
tee chairman, are working closely
with Mr. Muss and honorary
chairmen Samuel N. Friedland
and Harry Pearlman in arranging
for the SlL'5-a-couple. black tie
li'nner-dance in the Fontainebleau
Hotel Sunday. April 5.
The Lehrman Day School occu-
pies a modern building at 727 77th
St.. Miami Beach, and is affiliated
with the Solomon Sehechter Day
Schools of the United Synagogue
of America. It meets the highest
standards of the Dade County
Board of ublic Instruction and the
Florida State Department ot Ed-
ucation.
president I m b. half
ican Jewry.
hi the"te
Triple and Amer-
Rosorvations tor the Scholarship
Ball are still being taken, with
Mrs. Max Boderman and Walter
Kaplan in chargv of arrangements
and tickets available at the school
oi the office of the temple. 1701
Washington Ave.
(Ceatinwd fram Paee 1-A)
nal zone, it was reported, and
all planes returned safely to
their liases.
Monday night, eight Arab in-
filtrators were killed by Israeli
troops in the Golan Heights, it
was rei>orted. One was killed
in the first ncountcr near Bu-
rjuata. and seven others in the
second clash near Birket Ram.
an Israeli spokesman revealed.
The Israelis said the fact that
the Arabs were in possession of
Soviet rifles, grenades and ba-
. /ookas indicated they were guer-
rillas on a mission, probably to
. carry out ajnbuslns in Israeli
. territory. Syria, however, said ,
they were not Palestinian giu-r-. .
1 lillas but Syrfan 'army patrols' |
crossing the ceasefire line for
a "mission behind enemy lines."
The Damascus government
report said six, including two *
officers, were killed and one was
'aimed fa,
ki"* ^ will
ambush.-
missing. It also
Israelis wen
called "an Israeli
A dispatch trojn v
army troop, .,,, ^""
guerrillas living ln ,h
Aband<" **
involved in th. ah
five persons
port said
'nded
tde
Studying p'.ans for the annual Scholarship Ball of the
Lehrman Day School of Temple Emanu-El, scheduled April
5 at the FontaLnebleau Hotel, are (left to right), Mrs. Ted
Hollo, president of the Temple Emau-El P.T.A.; Joseph
Cohen, president of the synagogue; Mrs. Max Boderman,
chairman of the arrangements committee for the black tie.
S125-a-couple dinner-dance; and Judge Fred Barad, chair-
man of the school board of the Miami Beach congregation.
Ner Tamid Honors Mr. Shaw
In conjunction with its 12th
Anniversary Banquet Sunday eve-
ning, the Temple Ner Tamid Hu-
manitarian Award will be prcsent-
mi to its president, Herman L.
The curriculum, faculty and op- Shaw, in recognition of his mam
eration of the school is personally philanthropic endeavors. Mans ol
supervised by Rabbi Irving Lehr- ,hr community's institutions have
man, in whose honor the school
was named in recognition of his
25 years of distinguished service
which is given without regard to
race, color or creed, according to
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Fage 3-A.
U^And Mrs. Mildwof f
To Receive Awards
L ana Mrs. George MilcWf.
PL nohalf of many c.v.c.
rthro|.i(. and nliRious causes
L5
M. a4 MRS. GfOGfcf MUDrYOfF
ho havi h.. n m tin- forefront of
Miami's effort in txhnlf
I i :i named lor the
Irusalim Pea Award, to lx-
fcnf. ir.f iijiori them at the annual
Lrtm Towirs-Israel Dinner of
ate in i u Fontainebleau Hotel
t' April l
[Dir.nir chairmen an' Mr. and
I anucl Mi nti and Mr. ami
It-- M ::; Mini Rabbi Davi.i
. k Band are
norary chairmen.
[ W d Mn Mildwoff, Trust.s
haw i i n prominent in
: the Israel Band
other com-
i tivitii s for many yean.
Mr. Mildwoff is a m"nibrr Qf the I
board of directors of Temple Bt th ,
Sholom. a director of the Civic
League .f Miami Beach and of
Hatikvah Lodge B"nai B'i ith. He '
is a leader of the Moi ton Towers
Men's Club and its social club.
Mrs. Mildwoff is active in the
Morton Towns Hadassah, ORT.
Ho[>o School. North Shore B'nai
B'rith and the National Women's
Home Fashion League, and both
she and her husband are active in
1m half of th-' Variety children's
Hospital and Brandeis University
Mr. and Mrs. Mildwoff, who
came to the Miami area from New
York in 1949. are owners of the
New Era Lighting and Lamp Cor-'
Pration. They are the parents of
Klda Mildwoff. a graduate student
at Rutgers University. Norman B.
Miles of North Miami Beach and
Mrs. Gerald Dressman of New
Jersey.
Mr. and Mrs. Mildwoff will host
reception in honor of Col, David
, Levin, just prior to the dinn< r.
Col. Levin, who will i>c coming to
Miami from Israel to make the
presentation of the award, is a
leading officer in the Intelligence
Corps of Israel's Defense Fore S.
Rabbi Kronish To Report
During the 10:45 a.m. services
at Temple Beth Sholom Saturday.
Rabbi I-eon Kronish will report on
j the just-concluded national con-
' vent ion of the Central Conference
I of American Rabbis, which took
! place in Jerusalem. The rabbi, who
I served as chairman of the Israel
Committee of th.' CCAR from
; 1967-69. played a key role in ar-
ranging for the first conclave ever
h< Id in Israel by the Reform rab-
binate.
Rabbi Schiff Beth El
Brotherhood Guest
The Brotherhood of Temple
Btth HI. 1351 S. 14th Ave.. Holly-
wood win hejir a presentation by
Rabbi Solomon Schiff on the sub-
ject of -Orthodox Judaism in The
20th Century" Sunday at 9:30 a.m.
Rabbi Schiff. director of Or. ster
Miami Jewish Federation's Com-
munity Chaplaincy Service, also
st rves as executive vice president
of the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami, a position he has
held since 1964. He is chairman of
the Bureau of Jewish Education's
hoard of license and a member ol
its inii! (i of directors. A mi mbi i
of the Rabbinical Advisory Coun-
cil of Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service, he also lectures at
U-M's Department of Religion, the
Mt. Sinai and Jackson Memorial
Schools of Nursinc
Rabbi Schiff. one of the origi-
nators of the "Man to Man'' int. r-
taith TV program on Ch. 2. now
son on Ch. 4 under the title 'The
First Estate," is a member of its
advisory committee.
Weizman's View
Stirs Up Storm
(Continued from Page 1)
and Israelis growing instead of
diminishing. The Arabs will ad-
vance." he says, "but so will
we." He does not think there is
any tiling the Russians can do
to make the Egyptians a real
threat to Israel in any future
war There are answers to all
the improved technological mili-
tary equipment they are likely
to furnish to the Egyptians," he
said.
The political thesis that lies
at the core of his conservative
ideas cause him to dismiss Is-
rael's lack of numbers as a po-
tential source of weakness. "One
Ol the great forces that pushed
Jews back towards Israel." he
i xplalned, "was the fact that
they were a minority in each
country in which they lived. It
is always a tiny minority among
minorities who do great thi ;
the majorities always do s:va..
things."
Certain to provoke consider-
able hostility abroad. Gen. V
man's ideas are also unpalata
to a large majority of Ism
The establishment regards
as wildly Irresponsible, a i
less nuisance, and not to be
en too seriously. They do
however, underestimate his ca-
pacity to make things very a
ward for his colleagues in I'
government. He is viewed a- i
great soldier with no polit. a.
future, the glamor of being a
war hero will do little to ad-
vance his political career.
most Israelis are believed t
sufficiently mature in I
judgment to be able to distin-
guish between the role ol I
politician and that of a sole
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Number 13
Policies MUST Be Based On Truth
The United States government is obviously taking a
calculated risk in its latest policy statement denying more
planes for Israel. The hope, remote as that may appear
today, is that the Soviet Union will come to its senses and
call a halt to the dangerous arms race in the Middle East.
There are enough escape clauses in Secretary Rogers
"statement." we believe, for the U.S. to fulfill its moral and
legal commitment to Israel without guestion if, as may be
expected, that same commitment continues to be violated
by the Soviets.
However, while there would seem to be no cause for
hysterical outbursts at this time, attention should be called
to what seems to be a distorted sense of vnlues on the
part of the present administration which is illustrated by
policies on such two seemingly diverse matters as planes
for Israel and pay increases for postal employees. There
is an old axiom that things equal to the same thinq are to
each other which President Nixon, in dealing with Israel
and the underpaid government workers, has twisted to
indicate that things not equal to the same thing are now
equal to each other.
To place Israel, with its handful of people and limited
armaments on an equal (let alone "superior" as is claimed)
basis with the huge Arab nations and their unlimited
supply of arms from Russia, is to ignore the reality of the
Middle East picture and to paint a totally false one. To
ask underpaid qovernment workers not only to accept a
low living standard and, in the name of inflation, suqgest
the postponement of even a small raise for a year, is to
show equal callousness, for this was not requested of the
higher paid government workersincluding the President
and the Congress- when they received their very sub-
stantial raises this year.
This is where the concern of the American people
must be in considering the attitude of our government to-
ward the qreat issues of the day, whether it be Israel,
postal pay or whateverthat its policies be based on
morality and truth in its dealings whether at home or
abroad.
We're Proud Our Goals Are Different
It was no surprise when the Greater Miami Section
of the National Council of Jewish Women resigned recently
from the Dade County Federation of Women's Clubs. We
know of no group in our American organizational
structureJewish or non-Jewishwhich has stood more
firmly for the rights of all people and against discrimina-
tion in whatever form it takes.
The refusal of the Women's Federation leadership to
change the constitutional bar to black women's organiza-
tions affiliating does no credit to them at this point in our
history. The stated purpose of the Federation of Women is
to unite organizations to work together for all humani-
tarian, educational and civic work," and what a mockery
those words become when color is one of the yardsticks
used to judge "unity."
The Federation's president was very right when, in
expressing her regrets over the Council action, she said
"We realize that their goals and objectives have been dif-
ferent from ours." The Jewish community is proud that this
is so.
The Music Of Israel: Ingathering
From Purim to Passover has a musical beat that
matches the blues song that begins "From Memphis to
Mobile," but we doubt that was what the National Jewish
Music Council had in mind when it set this period to ob-
serve the 26th Annual Jewish Music Festival.
Theme for the months will be in recognition of Is-
rael's new eminence as a musical bridge to Jewish people-
hood, "The Music of Israel: Ingathering." Programs are
being ofiered throughout the community during the month
and they should be well worth attending.
For the time beingSjesaOSS
the Issue Is Just not going to go
nMi,y4 would like to wind up
this discussion of the future ol
the public schools as it affects
the Jewish community. Call me
hia-sed. but I can think of no
one better to give a particular
point of view than Rabbi Joseph
R. Xarot. president of the Rab-
binical Association and the
American Jewish Committee. He
has (riven me permission to re-
print the following article which
appears in this week's issue of
the Temple Israel Bulletin.
Everything that follows this is
his:
Tho tumult attending Ihe puli-
lic schools is bringing with It
some rash and frantic actions,
among them the desire on the
pal i <>f many to abandon the pub-
lic schools, to pronounce them
virtu.illy dead in terms of a
decent education for America's
children, and to rush into the
formation of private scho -
The motivations among Jews
to create these parochial or .ill-
day schools vary. Some are
frankly convinced that the mass
influx of black children and black
teachers will bring aboul a
deterioration in the results >it
the educational system others
are ready to* use this crisis in
American public schools as an
opportunity to improve the Jew-
ish and religious content of the
schooling for their childn n And
others arc openly eager to tike
advantage of the strong possibili-
ty the State and Federal m iney
Will soon lie available to private
schools. And a few parents and
citi/ens at large feel that this
is the hour to do something
constructive for the very gifted
children who are lost m the
mass public educational system
I am not unmindful of the
anguish some parents genuinely
feel for the fact that their
childen may i>c subjected to
physic d danger in a chaotic
school condition, I certain!) am
for strengthening the Jewish
knowledge and Jewish loyalties
in as main of our children as
we can, And the logic of d
something for the especially en-
dowed child Is compelling While
the reasoning thai if all others
arc going to Ret State and Feder-
al help in education, we Jews
may as well benefit from the
Mme program is understandable
if not particularly noble
That revolutionary eJtangea
are coming to our notions of
education, as to all areas of out-
lives, is beyond debate. I cannot
cling to my admiration for the
public school as I knew it m
my boyhood just because I am a
happy product of it II is clear
that many children today are
not helped by public education.
lust as there were many whom it
failed In the past even though I
was not then aware of it.
I do suggest, however, and in
spite of all these considerations.
that for us to bury the public
school now. .it this moment, and
to turn on1, backs upon it. is to
fail not only a system that, while
tar from perfect, was more SUC-
eesstul than we are now willing
to say! To run from the public
school today Is to fail millions of
young children of ill faiths and
r inde I it is to fall the
American dream itself. In run-
ning, we Join all the foes of thai
dream and close our books on an
America thai may not then re-
turn for generations or centui l< s,
".or.
Was this .in empty dream?
Was it an illusion? Generations
of Jewish students, oi other re-
i- and ethnic groups, as
well, In fact, as Negro stud, nts,
attest to the SUCCesa of the
public school, to the common
ground of American idealism and
culture which it instilled in all
these children. Now we are look-
ing for a scapegoat for A
ca's ills and we are ready, some
of us to incriminate the public
school The public school can be
no better, nothing can be better,
than the society in which it is
nd hj w Inch it is noui ished
\ I 'en tv Kittened on a I
war m Asia, corrupted bj l
unable and unwilling to bring up
whal Justice William
Douglas has called 'measurable
ch in ;e and now. tii el i
;>.>-s.:. iHtj of Inl-
and now,
bilit\
>t immeasurable and violent
eban. si he pointed out and
MATTER OF FACT
by EDWARD CC
condemned, not the ])L
Is this -., ,,,,.
the future? Sepj
racial compartments*' rj rt
into religious cubby v
mentized into hn.. ,i
maze of walls, <,,
alleys and dead
between an.l ;,mong ,
categories ,,; .1PU .,
And In whal ,. 'm-rvTi
and hopeful centers
tic study and train. ;
only the ve-\ nVpi
underprivii.c. i. the -,
lessr Wh ..
levels siphons off jr. ., ^,,
to church. s\ : igoguf* lid,
private Instltut ms? | *
ment to super, ise n
in these schools wh it nan
sectarian, and rha
not openly I
conveyed to th<
land? Wh it Kji
will America pi J
to come" Mi n
are stran :i
who nevei
and youth si
together j
ed to know i
stand thi
well as thl
I say Icl \
It h.lS IH'I !!
and painful (I ..h
variety of, ptii
ren will fii .. -
vate schools ; -:
children that
dualized attl
that want re] -
to greite: I
n th
school But i
children !.. :
sctmol. Let A "I
money
s;,. nd on
on public
the facilitii
materials, ll
danger. Let
c tizens | "'
waj '
increasing
c lit. .
siuch
It Is loo
pub!
run from -;
loved and h> I
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON It his been
a curious experience during these
last six months to watch the
Nixon Administration gradually
dropping its bland inaugural
mask and just as gradually re-
vealing the extreme toughness
of its methods and aims. It has
also been comic to see the Presi-
dent's overconfident opponents
being put on the defensive, vast-
ly to their own rather svll-right-
eous surprise.
But the passage of time has
now carried the new Adminis-
tration out of the comfortable
zone of relatively easy decision-
making and Into the more normal
/one where the decisions are
painful and even ugly. And be-
fore leaving for Saigon and Jeru-
salem, this reporter cannot re-
frain from a further word about
the l'resiiient's very ugly re-
ported decision to refuse addi-
tional planes to Israel.
Here again, there is much
lence of those who should !* pro-
irony in the extraordinary si-
testing most loudly, both In
politics and in the madia. These
people have in truth rnuzzled
themselves by their endless
self-deluding protestations thai
this is a loveiv. easy undangerous
world, in which power counts
for naught and all issues can be
rationally negoti ited,
Yet this strange silence chang-
es none of the factors that make
the President's reported decision
so deeply disturbing, whichever
way you look at it. There are. in
ract, two different ways ol look-
ing at it.
The refusal of the planes that
Israel needs for survival can
first of all be regarded as a
temporary measure, mainly in-
tended to avoid the dreadful
row with the Arabs that would
surely follow an affirmative an-
swer to Israel's request. But
even such an attempt to g dn
time and to blur things over is
bound to be deeply dangerous,
for two different reasons
To begin with, as alrendv re-
marked in this space, it will surc-
ly be Interpreted in the Krem-
lin as ,, major sign of weakness
and timidity Seeming weak and
; to the Kremlin will surely
encourage deeper, more direct
Soviet involvement in the Mid-
dle Eastern fighting This. In it-
self, is an i
But th. re
too. For the ong pu '
survival lit'
on getting '
re,,u. sted terai ,1
source, moreover e*P 1
country. And 1
man. or a br j
lugular will be cut h J
time, what is ihe........
expected?
The respoi '*' 4,
course, is pr. a'7
fore the jugular can
Israelis slready hav.
many reasons to
consideration to the P
strike aimed to oceu
andria. Egypt whK*
been advocated by <
Weizmann. If the
those reasons will
creased
As to the other w: :|
;l, ,he Presidents p* ,
still more uin>lrsan'
can in fact ru'e out > *rt
tiul decision ol i
basic sort a
Continued on P9^A


March 27. 1970
'nai B'rith Council
Installation Brunch
n B'nai B'rtth Council of
Intfda I.-' ""w '" i,s
f :~ annual in-
I ,!"- Balmoral
|S iyat urn.
laitallai ''"" Ul!l
I B. Jacota
kt rabbi ai i mpte Israel,
" S Potlock,
I i State As-
f,m ol B'l "'ll LodgM.
.. onlei and
f ;.,.. ionvllle, who
rtate asao
I. ._, i,. stallation of-
].,,.., pi -a Paul Seid-
< rman, who is presently In Israel,
will \- represented by Samuei
l 'ascoe.
Bert Brown, a former prei Id i I
<>i Mi- Ami Lodge, will guo
Jack Row nbi i.. as president ol
the Council, which has a current
ntemba rahip i i about 8,000 ii
lodges from Fort Lauderdale t<>
Kcj West. Mr. Brown, a graduate
i i !lw University of I', nnsylvarda,
is a Lieutenant Commander in the
t' S Naval R si rve.
The new pn sidi nt-oli cl is Mal-
colm Fromberg, a past president
i the Miami Beach Lodge. Othet
officers to installed arc Richard
Jenlst: Ihridktr
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""nan, Joseph Momma, Howard n. aj, ~ .
Neu and Han.,,, Braxton. vice Bld Dr,Ve
presidents; Herman Slegel, record-
"" ecrctarj and Alfred (, ,i,;, ,
in i
Brotherhood will serve breakfast
Because blood donors must iv- '" a" contributors who participati
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' ilslti ivU\H ,i r,,'1:
Lodgi n ludged to have
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Minister For Tourism Alsop
To Discuss Its Role
of
his
y*
the Kol. hfinkter of Tourism -Mr. Kol, who was one of the
the Stato of Israel ami one of! founders of the General Zionist
.nation's pioneering founders, Worker! Movement and its first
i delegate to the Histadrut. became
a member of the Secretariat of the
Histadrut Executive at the begin-
ning of World War II. and estab-
lishe ind rved as first chairman
of the central Labor Exchange of-
fice. As a deputy member of the
Jewish Agency Executive in the
parly 1940s, he waa named chair-
man of the Management Board of
Youth Ali.vah, the agency which
n scued thousands of children and
brought them to Israel. He direct-
id its efforts to repatriate refugee
children detained in Cyprus. Mr.
Kol was elected to full member-
ship in the Jewish Agency Kxecu-
tive in 1948. and became head of
Youth Aliyah. a position he held
until he joined the Israel Cabinet.
When the State of Israel was
established In 1948. he became a
member of the Council of the Pro-
visional government and chairman
I of its Foreign Affairs Committee.
| He was one of the 37 signatories
| of Israel's Declaration of Inde-
: penitence, and has served as a
member of the Knesset (Parlia-
ment!. He was chairman of the
Liberal Party of Israel from 1961
to 1963. when he became chairman
' of the newly established Indepen-
dent Liberal Party.
MOSHf KOL
will be the s|x>aker at h dinner of
the Greater Miami Honorees of
Israel in the Fontainebleau Hotel
Saturday night. Michael Litvak.
exu CUtlve director of the Israel
Bord Organization, has announced.
A 6:30 p.m. reception in Mr. |
Kol's honor will precede the din-
ner et 7 p.m.. which will be under
tb> auspices of Capital for Israel.
Mr. Kol. who is expected to dis-
( the role of Tourism in the
liprt of terrorists' recent attempts :
to hinder travel, is one of Israel's
cut-tanding leaders and has an un-
usual record of public service as
s logist. adminstrator and po-
ll', al leader. Since h> became
Minister of Tourism in 196H. he
l;a- "'en responsible for evpan *
i' | tourist facilities throughout
Israel in order to cope with the
ii ': .\ of visitors, which remains
unaffected by th,- efforts of ter-
roi 5tS and is at an all-time high.
Continued from Paoa 4-A
cold-bl'>xied 'reasons of state"
American support for Israel must
be taper"*! off forthwith. This
country's material Interests In
the Middle Ea.-t arc overwhel-
mingly located in the Arab lands.
fter ill. And there ire plenty of
pe ple around Richard \ x >n
who have been stressing thes
sons of state."
An | one must face the l< rrible
fact This will aim -: si
mean the eventual destruction
ol Isra accompanii d by a
bloodthirsty Arab massacre of
[sra i That, quite liter-
Is what the Arab- : I
a mi An I II Amei lean sup
is withdrawn, thai is what the
Arabs will surely try their
to get, with strong Soviet assis-
tance.
People of my generation have
already seen too many mill
of Jews sacrificed on history's
altars. But that is not
the end of the matter. Only con-
sider the poison of guilt und
hatred, of rage and recrimination
that Israel's destruction would
surely let loose in America.
Think of our national life for-
ever embittered, forever ghost-
haunted.
Then those "reasons of state"
are seen in their true propor-
tions. And then the need emerg-
es not to hesitate and instead to
treat Israel's glorious skill and
courage as the prime American
assets In the Middle East
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March 27. 1970
+JelsiirhrkMan
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Benad Avital Israel | K! Brothers To Be Recipients
goncl Dinner Speaker
in behalf of Israel Bond-..
a ivital a 1-ailing member
^Vninlumatic Corps, who Now assigneM t the Foreign
his country's fore- Ministry in Israel, Mr Avital. who
- the First Secretary
ffW
also one
At a recent report meeting,
Pavon (trllirsch Mever, campaign
chairman for the U-M Board <>i
Trustei d< vi lopmenl affairs com-
mittee, told division chairman h
t( tal of $51,534,024 In gifts and
commitments h.-is been reached in
was the first secretary ot the |Ue university's 93 million Golden
Embass) <>t Israel m Washington, .\n,. ,SMI, Development Pro-
D.C. from 1966-68 had previously ,.,,, w!u.-h has a 1975 target
served a Is iel's C insul to the ,;,.,;.
Western United States, -- it head-
quarters In Los Angeles, for tin..... tmentssinci mid Octol
., Brs. Prioi to th il i Led havi totali d a >proxim it< i. $1 mil-
b Chief Liaison Of ficei to foreign :"" he said, with ten substantial
press and television in the Prime I '" accounting foi $683,000
Ministers office. nn|ng nm, progreaa reports
were | Ivi i for the foundations di-
. i-i bj Edward <" Coll, i '-M's
i'irector >>' development; William
Maddux for national coi p n at Ions;
i hai les Gautier, special gifts;
P.. B. Gautier. Jr.. special gifts
medical; Patrick Cesarano, special
gifts alumni; Lester Horn. Citi-
zens Board; Edward Hamilton.
Broward, and by Baron deHirsch
Meyer for the endowment com-
A native <>t England, Mr. Avital
s rved with the British Arm) dur-
ing World War II. and came to
brae! with his wife In 1951. He
has written and produced a large
numbi r of films and teli ..
pi ograms.
The entertainment portion of
the program will feature Steve
Gaynor. humorist and singer who
is a favorite with supper club au-
diences throughout the United
Of Jerusalem Peace Awards
Two broth) rs who have attained board, was a founder and director
renown by tilth service and lead- oi the Agudas Achim Synagogue
i ship in tx-Iialf of the State of
I ael and ma: local and national
i ms will be 11 cipii nts of
the Jerusalem Peace Award at
Km s. ih Isi;. I's 1 rtnni r i I state.
; ibbi 1 >a\ id U hrfii Id, h inoi ary
irman and i hairn an < scai
need
Thi red on
M> a id Da\ id Eisenstein, both of
whom a in th< lership
il Ki pseth 1 srael, a) the dinru r in
t.ie Fontaim bleau Hot i S
il 3.
.- i Eh who has s rv< I
chairn in of the syi
. j nirr. pn-ducr-rs. States and Canada, including such mittlH..
, speaker Sunday WI1 known places a-; Grossinger's.
sill !*' ,:"'
..,,,..,,. B f. P-aphael-torte.
- ^-Israel Dinner of State in
,,'.. Fontalnebleau Hotel accord-
j.g to an announcement made by
F^bbi David Raab, honorary din-
chairman, and
ror
chairman I.
The 6:30 pm. din-
r,r, t> l by a Co'clock
I reception in Mr. Avttars honor.
the Concord, and Cincinnati's Lat-
in Quarter.
JFCS Women's Committee
To Elect Board Members
I r cipu n
Award on
sward will
A general membership meeting
of the Women's Committee of
Jewish Family ard Children's
Service will he held at 10 a.m.
Tuesday in the home of Mrs.
David Kirsh in Coral Gables, Mrs.
!. presented to him Sol Goldstein, president, has an-
nounced Committee board mem-
bers will Ih' elected it this im-
portant meeting, she said.
Or, Isaac L'nterman will be the
t of the Jerusalem Peace
this occasion. The
Following an in- lepth dis< issior
if future plans for the women's
committee, a film depicting the
solution <-i a parent-child problem Blau
through a familj service igencj William Kustin, Ben
w di be show n an t Hei rn.
Century Towers Schedules
CJA-IEF Campaign Benefit
Residents of Century Towers
lave scheduled an April 7 cocktail
party in behalf of the 1970 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund campaign, Ben Essen,
chairman of the Residence and
High-Rlse Division of the cam-
paign, will be the guest speaker
at the 4 p.m. affair, which will
t. ke place in the Century Towers
ii I room.
i drman ol the f im lion w ill
i Bei I- n he will be assisted by
cochairmen Rube Adler, Aaron
Morn- Jacobs, Ben Kate,
B. Merrill
Abe fisenstein David fistnstein
founder of Kehila J >cob
Beth Samui I Synagogue in Chi-
cago, where oth broth i were
kaders in behalf of many philan-
throi ic, religious and communal
activities before coming to Miami
Beach. David, firs* vice presides*
of Kti' seth Israel, and his brother
are both members of the l>oaid of
the Mizracbi organization and bt*h
are active supporters of the Me-
sivta of Greater Miami School and
Ol the Hebrew Academy.
In addition to Rabbi Lehrfiald
authority on astrology headlining nn(1 Mr Shapiro, the dinner com-
mittee members include Milton
Kahn. the congregation president
'Age Of Aquarius' Theme For
Children's Center Luncheon
The Women's Auxiliary ol the
Children's Centi r. a non-profit day
school for emotionallv disturbed
children, will hold its luncheon at
King's Bav Yacht and Country
Club at noon Wednesday, April H.
Theme of the luncheon will be
The Age "f Aquarius." with Vin-
ci nt Lopez, noted band leader and
the program.
Chairmen for the event are Mrs.
Herb Schwarz and Mrs. Seymour
Sumerstein, with Mrs. Carl Bau-
ii.an as chairman of the fashion
show. Mrs Lester Perle and Mrs.
Julian Sincofl are reservations
chairmen.
who is serving as chairman of the
Corps of Hosts, and cochairmen
Max Cohen. Rev. Jacob Katz.
Morris Schachter. Joseph Hoffen-
1h rg, Maurice Kusnitz. Jose Lis
V'itkinas, Jack Horwitz, David
Rothman and Benjamin Weinberg.
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fJenisti fkridfitr
Frid
"^Mareh 27. i970
UTTERS TO THE EDITOR
Council Is No Panacea For Problems
EDITOR, Th.- Jewish FlertdhMi:
] noi.> v. ith ii si in your]
W irch fi iss le a re >i t by the
newlj : in! I c Relations
0 imp" fo 0 ltd Minn:. Lest
.i..'i itj be iii; i
sense of security, I
i I to make the 1 illow-
" i com uins quote, "Mor-
1 Siltoe-imn. Chaii man ol ill
I runi r tj R< lations Committee,
i b < n on the Emergency
C >n i P ac In Hie Midd]
rt Washington, lit'
- i th th" i' nfe ence had the
'" d esults, including Presi-
dent N:.x '- i ;e promising
or Is i when ii was needed."
i statement may lead our
i mltj into bell 'ving thai the
i- ergencj Conference In Wash-
ington caused our President's re-
\ s;il on the si ind In the Middle
K;isi. Such a conclusion by innuen-
do i.s farthest from the truth. Ac-;
tually, the President's message to
the Conference was read by Mr.'
M.i\ Fisher of Detroit immediately
fter the Conference convened and
b ore any discussions or resolu-
i were b< Id or drawn.
And again quoting from the
ic lort, "We in Florida are for-
ti iate to have estabHshed an on-
ng relationship with all of our
Senators and Representatives in
ards to Israel's position in the
Idle Easl crisis." Mr. Silber-
i : stati d. Com ction the
e signed was one of the delo-
i ih I Emerg nc> Confer-
i and w is presenl when the
so-called meeting with our Sen-
j-' i s and Congn .-- i i was to
i place and found thai there
. n i Senators or Congressmen
l s. nt. They did not even bother
ti come to the so-called meeting
thej sent their stenographers >n-
d. The undersigned subsequent-
ly had verj satisfactory confere-
eneea with t>oth of our Florida
Senators and communicated with
b few other Senators on the sub-
i. including Senator Goldwater.I
A copy of the letter received from
Senator Goldwarter is herewith
enclose 1.
el thai our community should
not !> perchance misled mto be-
lieving that all is well w:th Israel
-i' we have a C immunity
Relations Committee. The under-
; 'ii il Fincerolj belie < thai the
nunity Co i I : I
irpose >'f piesenting a
i .< i-i! is necessary in oi !
to prevenl every Tom. Dick and
II.nr> from public!) speaking oul
for the Jewish people, but the
ncil i- no | ai acea for the
ems ilr.i ..-... eoafoonting,
and in the future may i i
our community. Regardless how
I .i has oi results, it is
lv ess b
LEON .1. ELL
'Auditions Musicale' Set v"" ****** of the tw
The third annual Society for '^"'fn ****** four,
Young Performers "Auditions Mu- '*' Wwnd scholarship,
sicale" will !* held from 4 6 p.m. further the education ol ..'
lay .it the Fl.....no Kutten young performers
. Studio. 5224 Alton ltd.. W.B*
ni Beach, rounder-prestdenl l,U' ''" G
Ruth Brotman has announced, Ron Kogan.
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April 23 at the annu .1 community-
wide Third Seder sponsored by the
Israel Histadrut Council of South
Florida.
Samuel Feinstc in, chairman of
the board, and Dr. Michael Sossin,
president of the Israel Histadrut
Council, announced the plans for
the event, which will bo held in
the Fontainebleau Hotel's West
Ballroom, bcKinninf; at 6:30 p.m.
The dinner event, a S10-a-plate
function, will also mark the 50th
anniversary of the founding of the
Histadrut in Israel. Proceeds will
go to the Moshe Sharetl College
oi Management in Jerusalem, be-
ing built under the auspices ol the
Histadrul Council here.
Dr. Leon Kronish, rabbi ol
Temple Be th Sholom. has been
designated honorary chairman of
the Third Seder, which originated
under Histadrut auspices in New
England 35 years ago and now is
observed in many of the nation's
,ii u ish communities.
An outstanding speaker repn -
senting the governmenl ol Israel
\. ill be the guest at the function,
which celebrates the establish-
ment ol thi j. wish State in Maj
Ri -. i \.itions may be mad' at
ii" Histadrul office in the 1 Lin-
coln Road Building, or through the
officers and directors ol the Laboi
Zionist organi ations winch co-
|sponsor the annual banquet.
Give Child A Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Lustig, CO-
chairmen of the Summer Daj
Camp programs of the YM-YWHA
of Greater Miami, have announced
a plan whereby person wishing
to take a vacation may sign up
for a May 15 trip to Freepoti on
the M V Kroo|)ort. and give a
child a vacation at ono of the
Y's camps. Interested persons are
asked to call June Fried at the
'V for further information.
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tvJmtftf IhrHiar
Page 9-
Federation Accepts
Report of Commission
(t*ntiiiu.Mt from PK" '
Id** prwrWni 10,'r,a1i"ql?t; :
vria *ere "** (':,rly In 19b9 '
CntaS :,s.n. "S
I Dk Commissions roj)oi t
Lttt). "Studenti and Riarliiat.-s
I ... day school movenwirt of-
Cr a major hope for the continu-
|,j oi the Jewish eonmmntty.
Underscoring all <>f "< r*c-
taunmdations. was the sdmonl-
J,wn that the Federation mKK<-
|,n j,.wish education planning, as
L.I! as other planning, on a
Irmtinuinc basi>
Ttn< Commission pointed out
Ittat the Federation has the
Miami Beach & L
Honors Employees
Miami Beach Federal Savings
I I ip vssoi iation honored l!'
|, its employe) a) its sixth an-
[ : ist week. The
(ktning's progi am included cock-
. idress b> Milton Weiss,
of the Association, a
[I iinni r and dancing,
Margaret Forci) i assistant sec-
| la US-yeai si n Ice
| 15-yi i: R .nils went t)>
,.. isurers Bruce (I.
Ilark, Jr. Josi ph P Naughton
I l; RJi n/i. assistant
rrski):' Harrj .1 Watteraon,
I IK Bisromb, Doroth)
thartrand Bnd Wesh > J Miller.
ar aw anls \v.
Kmma Collins,
R iving 10-j
I Aberman,
I pie Moore and Dennis Wil-
. J Vrana, Edmund It
E Jon i' i 'louse, Joyce A
i F i Gilbi it. San-
| hutunan and Ah trii Wil-
iwarda.
planning reaponalbility t the
Jowish community, and mm
that a start has* beeh made, it
must discharge this responsibili-
ty regardless of any pressure
which may he exerted.
The Commission was faced
with many other asp eta of Jew-
ish education which merit com-
munity support The following
items will require additional re-
view >,n an ongoing basis: ailult
education, camping, community-
w nie afternoon elementary
schools, consultation t ami
i nrichment of congregational
schools and prc-school programs,
curriculum cxperinx ritatiori and
innovation, printing and prepa-
i atton "i i ducational matt i lal
in>t available < is, wh> re, scholar-
ships for college and post gradu-
ate training in fields thai would
stasis! Jewwh education as well
as scholarships for Israel study
programs, specialists in art,
drama ami music who would be
available to a variety ol institu-
tions, and teacher benefits.
The report calls for an Advis-
ory Board to !* formed as
quickly as possible t<> consider
hots a college for Jewish Studies
ma) established. Tins Com-
mission on Jewish Education re-
port now got s to the Fed* ra-
tion's Budget Committee to be
considered during thai group's
a (location hearings.
The Commission on Jewish
Education included Mrs Richard
Brickman, Edward Cohen, Mrs.
Ben Ka/i r. Mrs. Burton Levey,
Dr. Solomon Lichter, Mrs. Ber-
nard Mardcr, Albert E. Ossip,
Mendell M. Selig, Mrs Robert
Shapiro, A. B. Wiener, Leonard
Zilbert, and Root 11 P Forman
ol the Ft )l< ration's staff.
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A limitiii number of State of
Israel specimen coin sets remain
.n sale .it the Carner Bank of
, Miami Beach, according to hank
president Stephen H. Carner.
The Carner Bank is the only
bank in Dadc County selling the
, H'Tti sets, which are available in
handsome presentation wallet
holders and presentation folders,
at an agi ncy of the Israel Govern-
i i nt Coins and Midals Corpora-
i Ion.
Less than 900 of tile 1970 sets.
and less than 1(10 of the 1%; sets,
both selling at the government-
' iblished price of $".*>(I a set of
si\ brilliant uncirculated, proof-
like coins, ar.' available.
AS a public 84 Mice, the coin sets
ni, u ing made available to the
community at large as well as the
link's customers, Mr Carner said.
Israel's Consul General Moshc
(lllbos has < mmended the hank's
promotion of the coins as "one of
tile most Worthwhile avenues ot
helping the State of Israel in the
r>. Id of public relations, at the
same time helping the nation's
i I onomy."
Hebrew Academy's Camp
Adds Go-Go Teen Group
A teen age, go-go group has
been added for summer campers
at Greater Miami Academy, which
is now accepting reservations for
its 1970 sunimi r season openine
June 15. Tin- new group, for eighth
and ninth grade students, will
leave the Academy camp head-
quarters at 2400 Pine Tree Dr.,
Miami I!, acli. each morning to
l articlpate in such outside activi-
ties as horseback riding, bowling,
toiler skating ami ice skating.
Registration is open for boys
and girls from four to 14, in var-
ious sections of the camp, which
v ill be headed by Joe AeHnef.-
< hairman ol the schools award-
winning science department, for
the eighth consecutive year, Louis
Mcrwit/er. president of the edu-
cational institution, has announced.
All (impels will participate in
c'ailv activities SUCh as athletics.
aits and crafts, field trips and in-
struction programs in swimming
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Other features available to ill
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bus transportation and indoor c-
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Penny Salt* Scheduled
The Israelite Center, 3175 SW
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Jln-#sf> AbrMMf
Fridcv. M
larch 27'
Iwapean Newsletter. By EDWIN EYTAN
Alliance Of Leftists And Neo-Fascists
A XTI-ZIOXIST propaganda conducted in the uni-
** vcrsitics of France by a strange alliance of
left-st elements, neo-Fascist groups and the large
body of Arab students has now begun a sharp turn
towards open and aggressive "anti-Semitism." The
posters put up by all these groups, which for the
first time seem to be united on at least one point,
are using cartoons, openly anti-Semitic expressions
and an appeal to fundamental anti-Semitic senti-
ments in their anti-Zionist campaign.
Members of the Union of French Jewish Students
report that the large, leftist-oriented UNEF (Na-
ttonal Union of French Students) is using anti-
Semitic arguments, such as "Zionists are agents of
the Rothschilds and of big business" for its cam-
paigns, accompanied by cartoons describing the
"war-mongering Zionists" and typical anti-Semitic
tracts reminiscent of another era.
Even more openly and violently anti-Semitic are
the arguments of leftist bodies such as the Chine-.
revolutionary student groups and the Arab student
element The neo-Fascists. especially the new groups
now being reorganized by the Sidos- brothers, are
adding the claim that "Zionists and Jews are the
agents of world Communism and revolution" to the
old anti-Semitic charges.
The most Intensive campaign is being conducted
in the traditional strongholds of the left, the uni-
versity campiMCs of Nanterrc and O .v i
The Jewish students attending French iintaMfei
many of whom have been active in thr- ra-i.
"ar.ks ol
selves squeezed between the sggres!
leftist organizations in the past, suri i. nlj find.
to which they are exposed and ,
ments of "intellectual Inrafficiencj
own BHUL
determination. They have been fbi
a-"l law i

As We Were Saying:
By ROBERT E. SEGAl
The Middle East's Double Standard
ARAB deny, they are responsible for the
ci 'struotion of a Swiss airliner bound for
Israel, with the loss of 47 lives and
people in high places react by tempo-
rarily cutting off certain flights to Is-
rael. Why Israel? Why not Syria, Jordan
and Lebanon, where the terrorism of
this new decade has its seedbed?
Great Britain asks Israeli defense experts to try out
British Chieftain tanks. Some of the improvements sug-
gested by the Israelis are incorporated, and then it is re-
ported England is thinking of supplying the improved ver-
sion to the Arabs.
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT

Forgotten Men
ISRAEL'S forgotten and neglect-
men are its diplomatic repre-
sentatives overseas. There Ls room
for only one Ambassador Rabin.
The balance of Israel's staff, which
numbers about 450are in 93 for-
eign missions in 73 country's, In-
| eluding embassies, legations and
consulates.
Considering the difficult economic conditions
under which these men and women operate, and the
almost insoluble personal problems with which they
are faced, it is amazing that the Foreign Service
has managed to attract such a competent and de-
voted staff. The ambassadors and ministers, the
consuls and attaches and secretaries who are sent
out from Israel, together with their families, de-
serve far better at the hands of their country.
It is little wonder that the Foreign Ministry
finds it difficult to recruit additional top level per-
sonnel. Regulations long out-dated limit the number
of peisonnel permitted at the various posts, keep
their salaiies abysmally low, and restrict their ex-
pen=es. The fact that in Israel's war against a des-
perate enemy the diplomatic and |*>litical fronts are
no less important than the military is ignored and
petty economies are practice which could be as fatal
as penny-pinching on the battlefield.
Candidates for petitions in the Foreign Ministry
have to undergo a gruelling selection process. The
invitation for applications is announced annually.
Last April 150 candidates presented themselves,
perhaps naively expecting that there would be ex-
citement and glamour in an overseas post. Of these,
only 50 passed the initial written tests, and faced
the oral examinations. Out of the 14 who qualified,
the Foreign Ministry chose five university graduates.
Here is what they face: They are engaged as
temporary workers in the Ministry for a two-year
trial period, receiving a gross salary of about $50 a
week. If they make good, at the end of two years
their salary goes up by $4 a week! At the present
promotion rate a man can in 14 years reach the
rank of Counsellor and earn the princely salary of
about $93 a week.
In terms of salaries to its diplomats. Israel ranks
last among the nations of the world. Only
Red China pays its diplomats lessl
Expense allowances are far from adequate, also.
Mrs, Zena Harman. wife of the former ambassador
used to tell friends how sh. watelv.d tor sals* in the
supermarkets in older to stretch the family's food
allowance enough to cover the actual needs. And
how does one raise and educate children when the
family is moved from post to pst every few years? fc
Jewish education is available in New York, but
what does one do in the Congo. Nepal or Thailand?
There are 10 missions in Asia and 27 in Africa, and
it's not easy to be Israel's "forgotten men."
At the time of the Six-Day War. France talks of an
arms embargo on all the belligerents with the objective
of cooling the contlict. Mirages paid for by Israel are lock-
ed in by this embargo. Three years later. France decides
to sell .Mirages to Libya, and Libya unabashedly cuts
Egypt in on the deal. An embargo? To do what?
Where, oh where, has the single standard gone?
Reasonable men are hard put to follow the logic of
Yassir Arafat, leader of El Fatah, and other extremists
who brazenly assert that Israel's El Al planes are fair
game because they carry military cargo as well as pas-
sengers. But insensitivity to airplane sabotage and murder
is not confined to Arab killers. Look at the case of the
missing witnesses in the Athens trial of the Arabs who
attacked an Israeli airliner there. It seems justice cannot
be found even in a Greek courtroom.
There may still be hope that the wanton killing of
innocent airline passengers can be effectively outlawed,
but the work is arduous and the outlook, at this time, is
far from blight.
*
An excellent example of picking ones way through the
hedges and booby traps on the way to ending the war is
offered by the recent exchange between Eugene V. Rostow
of Yale Law School and Ambassador Muhammad H El-
Farra, Jordan's Permanent Representative to the United
Nations. Prof. Rostow had written a letter to the New-
York Times, in which he urged President Nasser to take
appropriate steps to implement the U.N. Security Council
Resolution of Nov. 22. 1967 calling upon the belligerents
to negotiate an agreement establishing peace and assert-
ing that the current stalemate exists because of the in-
transigence of the United Arab Republic. Prof. Rostow
said the Rabat Conference had liberated President Nasser
from the oft-mentioned "no peace, no negotiations, and no
recognition" Kliartoum policy.
Mr. El-Farra's reply, published in The Times, declared
that it is not true the Khartoum resolution called for "no
|H?ace. no negotiations and no recognition." The policy
enunciated there, was that there can be no "peace treaty"
with Israel as long as there is occupation and aggression
In Prof. Rostow's rebuttal, he included the text of the
Khartoum resolution, and added: "I am glad Ambassador
El-Farra agrees that since Rabat, that statement should
no longer be read literally."
from explaining their stand and that ].'
a couple of weeks ago. several hundi '. .'*
dents wearing steel helmets and u .. ..,',. .' *
and bicycle chains broke up a me .ni^t*!!
Jewish groups at the Censier campus tri .
pose. One Jewish student was quo!,
Now we are reduced to work
ground, pasting up our poster- ,t
always risking a violent encuun:-
A few small Jewish factions, sue! the
Beltar group, decided to reply in
"
-
blow for blow. But most Jewish stmi .
say they want to show they are noi r. jj
contrary to Arab allegations-have no .. I
dencies.
Asking for official intervention |
l- asking the Impossible, for the m: ,. >-.|
selves are unable to cope With th.' .
violence, which recently devastated i \ J
campus and brought all university st .'
plete standstill.
Ical Jewish organisations sn
phasis on an attempt to group the J<
into efficient and well-organized bod
them in the right arguments to use theii
encounters" with hate-blinded nrot
Silver On Sports
Jess Silver
Jews Play Cricket
A PHYSICIAN from Johaniv
Aron I Alii Bacher ha* becom firs)
ever to lead a national cricket team. Anotbti
ish player, Dennis Gamsey. 29. the i- I ketkMtS
in South Africa, joined him on the sq d, I
scheduled to visit Greater Britain later this yas
Commenting on the concern ex] i b> >K-
rials over the possibility of demons! fang
his visit. Bacher told a London news per
onstrators are not noted for then- ace inl
tion. and I hope none of them scr : ad
discrimination. Since 1 qualified as loctor^me]
years ago. I have sp< nt all but six Ihs it > |
European (non-white) hospital work. 1 nsls he
i^h. so some folk might wonder if 1 '^ |
membership in the golf clubs of '.' lom-1'-X\
England. Probably not. But the point is. 1 I
r. sent it. I accept other peoph 's rul< id custom
"I will play with and against anybud) I
race in any sport wherever I can. Thi I ls t!
tude of all our players. As soon as th< So ith Ai I
government decrees that we can develop
sport here, we shall welcome it," Ba -'
A much less controversial vis.t to
is scheduled for Israel's cricket te :"' -,hl|
Israeli side win be made up almost ofSoutU
Afiican and Indian-born Jewish play<
BOOK REVIEW
By Seymour B. Liebman
'OnePeople9and Antichrist'
HHiH RANKING chaplain in the
Israeli Army, Menahem Cohen, and
his wife, Devorah, a seventh-generation
Israeli, have collaborated to produce flnr
People, tSabra Books. $9.951 an all-
encompassing survey of the Jewish com-
munities of North Africa. Asia and
Southeastern Europe. The large, bjok.
excellently printed in Israel, includes
many illustrations from the various Jewish groups in such
exotic places as Yemen. Iraq, the Caucasus. India and
Morocco, with historical summaries, descriptions of the
folklore, religious customs and ceremonies which make the
book desirable to everyone and an excellent choice as
gift for youth of all ages as well as adults.
The concept of a monolithic, all-white Judaism dis-
tinguished only by the varieties of American ritual ob-
servances or absences thereof is completely dispelled bv
the text and photographs in color as well as black and
white, which appear in profusion.

Emperor Frederick II (1194-12501 was King of Sic ly
before he became the Emi>eror. When he went to the Holy
Land on Crusade" he was crowned King of Jerusalem
and secured that city, Nazareth and Bethlehem under a
treaty with the Moslems. Both before
he was at loggeiheads if not actual wai '
nanes of the popes.
The story' of his amorous PBCCadill -/?
the Holy Land are told by Cecilia Hoi '" *"**3
lAtheneum. $B.93i. The title presumabl; L
that he was an outcast of the Church it a 1 J
or accepted application of the word.
The book, billed as a historica' I "
categories. Conversation and dlalogui
'ii of the book with narrative and expla'
sages t,, be found only near the end. T
thinly drawn and the few descriptive I
rather than clarity. The occasion..! ]
sceniUes is artificial, and the less said S "''',.
errors, the better. For example his ease .
ceding the trip to regain the cities In Ju '' J^A
histories consulted by this review. ; enl*\
i 1'gitimate son which appears in the book not l
ls that appearing in recognized text- f ^.
Frederick II was mu'ti-lingual, a patron of J
ence-s and adept at literary effusions. This illustnou -^j
her of the Hohcnstauffen family deservi I bet* 3
nient at the hands of the author, who* "">k
service to him and to history.


frsj, Ma^ 27, 1970
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jVS Announces Appointment
Of New Workshop Director
h Vocation** 9brvfcr prcs- ation and job adjustment. He prr-
** Stuart Hothchild has an- | \iously was with the New York
er as
the agency's
. Kothchild
tfn- appointment of David j State Division of Vocational Rr-
workshop director I habilitation a.s supervisor of serv-
Vocational Re-.[kea for the handieapiied in th'
Manhattan and Staten Island
areas. He has also been nuinrlntrrl
with the B'nai B'rith Vocational
Service and tin- United Cerebral
Palsy of Queens.
H0tatk>n program.
rhuler, who holds an
Guidance and
rise line
*' '7.....,, th.> t'niversity <>f
Pinski Club Oneg Shabbos
A literary and musical program,
Including a talk on the historian
Dr. Abraham Menoaa given by I..
LaaavlQj and a program of Yiddish
and Hebrew sours by soprano
Shoshanah HoCfman, who ajesur-
pani.s herself on the guitar, will
be prewiiUd at the Oneg Shabbos
ol thi David Pinski Club Friday
evening in the cafeteria of Ma M.
Planer Junior High School.
Memorial Service For 6 Million Dead
The workmen's Circle Branch
'1064 of North Dado and Broward
County, will have a candlHightiriK
memorial service for the J< ws who
.perished in t)ie Warsaw Ghetto
~v.\ IHsing and the six million who
died at the hands of the Nazis
at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the audi-
torium of the Washington Federal.
('99 NF 167th St.. North Miami
Reach, with survivors of the con-
r AMschuler,
degrei in
from N "' m ii as a B.A. in Psy-
from the University
associate execu-
centration .amps participating
Hal>bi Joseph Gi.rfinkel, spiritr ll
leader of Beth -Moshe Congrega-
tion. will s|m ak on "These We Re-
member." Sam Hubinstein will
ebant "Kl Moley Kachainim" ard
sing sonKS of the ghetto, and | -
lections from stories bf the War*
saw Ghetto Uprising will be read
by Monroe Nelson, chairman at
Branch 1064.
i has
the New York So-
Deaf, "here he di-
rt.
I :
M ,,i pre-vocational
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Feed SEc.:".! Director
LOUIS WITK1N
Wa.t'e d Hotel
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A member ol the National Re-
habilitation Association and the
National Rehabilitation Counsel-
ing Associations, his articles on
The Ri habilitation "f the Deaf,"
"Workshop Adaptations for I
; isal Ii el," The (tccupational
I'i.ie. merit of the Disabli d,' and
"Th< i'-' i il Vfck o Tap i 'oun-
-I ling and Ti ain rig Pi ogi ams"
been published in prol
sional j annals. He has also n -
ccived an official commendation
from the the din ctor of thi U.S
I). pai trr.i q\ ol Hi alth and W( 1
fare's Social and Rehabilitation
Services for coordinating the work
of public and pi Ivate agi ncies.
The Jewish V'ocati n il Service,
located at '.is NW 25th St., is a
beneficiary agency oi the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and the
United Fund of Dadc County. It
offers services to the handicapped
through the Rehabilitation Work-
shop, career guidance and counsel-
ing for high school students, col-
lege youth and adults, scholarship
screening am) information for
[ college-bound persons, a Veterans
Administration ijiudance Center
for returning servicemen, war or-
phans and war widows, and a job
i lace merit sen Ice.
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"eFewish Floridian
mi, F.orida March 27, 1970
Section B
,eon Ell Receives Two Appointments
I Leon J- >:l1 of Mlami Beach' : ''' l,fr president ol Tempi. ,.,.,.,, ,.. t-,,,,..,,
I.tjp has been appoint- Beth Shclom. is a member ol the States at the inter-governmental
C^, St n, as a Public Member on boards of directors of th< Greater Committe< on European Migra-
[ .ifMiii^n Nil'""' J,'wish Federation United tion at G ncva in 1958. The 1956-
l ll^iwI'MfnnSBj^^i 11. iinii i i-,ir
------- -------- I He has served as a member of the Minorities, h< was a delegate t.>
White Housi Conferem .". i- < u 196(1 Ftepul mi ntion.
-tj
Judge Irving Cypen And
Son Dinner Chairmen
I
ICON III ana PitiilOUT fciXON
I < to the Kith
HUng SES< i execu-
i which will Im'
icssi ; thn
I
;. im Ited by
Cretan ol ilelvin Laird
Vpri 19-28
tint Clvi tat ion < 'onfi r-
r.ce i J*'1 K w ill be c >n
|' : I I
in '
\V.v | mfi ienee,
I 19 i!, ("oro-
M me To
l\i!i;r
t lion, a firt
; : !
I I .IS,
I '
\ ind will
. i ol
I
I i ,
. n ni ui
lefeiisi
I : thi
i m
Mr. Ell, sident ind hon-
|oim [mtallation Set
rMurray Solomon Post
A |olni it ion will be hi Id
Hurra) s on P t 243,
ittish Wai \ it in Temple
amora Sun lay at 8 p.nx, accord-
to an announcement by out-
ou* con [ra Blitt. Kej
Me speak. r Mill be past national
psnandei Dai i. I Ni al Hell r
hcomin i officers include
Judg< Irvii Cypen and his son
Stephen, ;i Miami Beach attorney,
have been named chairmen ol the
Solidai ii> for Isi ael" dinnei
lence i tli. South Florida
rirts, Zionist Organization ol
aiii.i ica, which ill be held Sundaj
i ning, April 12, in the Deauvilli
Hotel, Abraham A. Grunhut, wh<
'serves as chairman <>i the Presl
dent's Council of ii"' South Flor
ina Districts of thi ZOA, has ;m
no in. i ii
One ol ih. highlights "i thi
ninth annual ZOA celebration will
i the presentation >>i the i ati >nal
mis D Brand Is Award" to an
outstanding Greater Miami civil
leader and philanthropist.
A 5 |. m i i | agne hour \\ ill
pi i .-I .ii the 6 [ u- dinni i i:
Im luded in the evening's program
. ill b n ma |or address b> one ol
I tatesmt n, deali
itli ih. curn ni situalion in thi
Idli I- -t and Am i i< an policy
ivwaitls Isi ael, but there w ill be
.i minimum ..i speeches, the ehaii
""i ii| 11 I n phasis ill U u
>
' '
has be. ni Beach
sidi nt for 2 \ I
the I ivi rsit; I
. t< .1
i .1 1 ni the fin il Court b
l: M was
II ,i ix-yta lei ii '.
but resigned from the hem
lati r
A 11 minenl commui i". Ii a I i
i Gii atei Miami, Jud i I'; i* <
Stuart Botwinik, commander;
Stivcn Schnitzer, senior vice com-
pile w Auxiliary officers are
Judith Blitt, president; Rosi
i i senioi ^ ice pi esidi m ; Syl-
v ia VTeiman, Junlot vie | n sidi nt,
ami Bettj Aronoff, n. aaUD I
mander; William Kat/UiT. junior
vice commander; Al Chais, quar-
tet-muter: David Rubin, chaplain,
and Leon Lr-vln, officer
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OF THE POLLEN FREE HILLS & LAKES
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si rves as a vice pn sident i i thi
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and of Temple Emanu-EI; he has
served for i Lghl yi irs as president
.Hid chairman "i the board i i the
Ireater Miami Jewish Home for
ihi Agi rl ot whii Ii he is pn sentlj
honor a i j pi -...i. nt
Stephen Cyjien, who is also ac-
tive in Temple Emanu-EI, holds
I membership in the Kiwanis and
Elks Clubs.
Reservations may be secured
'through the Zionist office, 2200
i ark Ave., Miami Beach.
The 1970 Budget Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation is reviewing early reguesis from its beneticicry
agencies in preparation for the 1970 budge! hearings, which
are scheduled to begin the last week of April. The 40-
member Committee allocates fund- raised in the Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign, distributing them to 38 local,
national and overseas agencies. Reviewing preliminary re-
ports are Richard J. Horwich, (left) vice chairman of the 1970
Budget Committee, and Walter S. Falk, chairman. Robert
P. Fcrman, associate executive director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, is standing.
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Fage 2-B
YM-YWHA Jewish
Music Festival
'A diversified program will be
presented at the Jewish Musio
h*stival tJcfJis held in the grand
ballroom of the YM YWHA of
Ur.ati-r Miami. S500 SW 8th St..
;.i S:.,0 p.m. Saturday.
Partici|>nnts will include Temple
Efeth Am's Cantor Miehael Kyrr.
pianist Janice Fold. Diane I.aClair.
ffate, Judith Hirsch, viola, and
laiiuk Matthews, baritone.
The program will include a flute
; Without Words," by Paul Ben
Hum. a viola-piano rendition '
Meditatioi b," by Ernest Bloch,
an,I Abraham Daua' "Songa oi
rSahel," feat iring baritone Patrick
Matthews, the flute and viola,
i intor Kyrr will prcent "Kumu
Vnaale." -Aii iv. r "Precepts of
Micab" and "MiYivne Hagalil." Y
. bars will l admit! d frei
* a o
Reservations are being received
for the annual April in Miami
Ball" and champagne dance at the
Y' Saturday. April 4. Clifford L.
Suchman. chairman ol tin event,
has announcid.
The festivities will begin al
7:30 p.m. with a champagne re-
ception, followed by a buffet sup-
per catered by Royal Hungarian
Kosher Caterers. After a short
business meetine, Rob Murray's
Orchestra will furnish music for
ancing.
* *
The 'Y is presently opi
formal membership drive accord- j
ing to an announcement made by
Dr. William Levin, oh of
the membership committee At-
ic ndins. its first meeting wi Mi -
n Stone. Mrs. Lee Shapiro,
Jacob Matz. Mr. and Mrs. Sandy
Bochner. Evan Olster. Mrs. Arthur (
Roth. Mrs. Ronald C.eltes. "Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Kat/man and Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Starkman. Re|Kirt
breakfasts will be held each Sun- '
day at the A". For information re-
garding membership, call Jack
Gold, membership secretary, a*
the V /
+Je*H*n*&*L -
All-Miami Boy Choir In
Philharmonic Production
The All-Miami Boy Choir, under
the direction Of Paul A. Kisenhart.
will be heard, but not seen, in the
Philharmonic's production of Ben-
iamin Britten's "War Requiem" In
Dad* County Auditorium Sunday,
and Miami Beach Auditorium on
Mumia>.
The 35-voice choir, which was
1. unded by Mr. Kisenhart in 19fiH
Ui der the iponsonhip 0l the Di-
vision of Musical Arts of the Uni-
versity of Miami School of Music,
will !>c singing backstage to create
the effect of music' coming from
a distance,
Friday. March 27
Dr. William Levin, chairman of the YM-YWHA of Greater
Miami's membership committee, and Jack Katzman, pres,.
dent-elect of the YMHA, look over a list of prospective
members for the Y's membership campaign.
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Janice Feld. pianist; Diane LaClair, flutist, Judith Hirsch,
violist, and baritone Patrick Matthews prepare for the
Jewish Music Festival to be held at 8:30 p.m. Saturday
in the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami. 8500 S.W. 8th St.
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the (;: ,ii r Miami I Vrls
i'. in. r and thi Sa\ ii I
tin: i Marketing !
and vl
mi !',i ach Rymj h
Previous m icnts of 1
include l>r. J. Lawn nee Yem
Lawn ncc an:l Pre stoi Hi
M< ii i Ma oi Chut k Ha
pa I Broad I Ma; l i
I toward.
Reservations I
and dinn. r mi >. n ide bj call-
ing Mis. Klizabeth M< thi
offices "f Int. rama An ;. Chamb. i
of Commerc 222 95th SI S
side.
Builders of Me Ami Israel, are shown at a recent luncheon
in the Algiers Hotel. From left ere Judge Zev W. Kogan, Mrs.
Maurice Plesser, head cf the JNF Blue Box campaign, Ml
Mendel Fisher and Mr. Fisher, JNF consultant who collabo-
rated with Judge Kcgan in designing the settlement of
MeAmi in honor of the Jews cf Greater Miami.
GlORGt W. VALINTM
Vice Pre$.dnf of Chose federal
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Monday April 20
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Friday, March 27. l97fl
Judge Friedman Speaker
Circuit Court Jud^o Milton A.
Ki iiiiman. who will bo the guest
speaker at the meeting of the
CVial Gable* Bar Association in
The Ledge* Restaurant at 12:15
l> ni. Friday, will s|x-ak Friday eve-
ning at the Israelite Center on
Ann-lien's Third Greatest Dis-
ease Alcoholism.- At 8:30 p-m. i Penny Sale Scheduled
Saturday, ho will be the installing
officer at ceremonies in the Du-
pont Plaza Hotel during which the
Mortgage Brokers Association's
new slate will assume their dutise.
and he will also serve as the in-
stalling officer for Israel Lodge.
B'nai B'rith. in the Seville Hotel
Sunday .it 6 p.m.
The Israelite Center. 3175 SW
135th St.. has scheduled a "Penny
jSalo" Saturday at 8:.T0 p.m. Mem-
, ben and friends have come to
\ look forward to this annual fun-
lillcd. money-saving event, with
bargains galore.
At Wometce Theatres
"Blood) Mama" story of the ""-
U.rious Ma Barker opens Friday at
the Miami. Miracle, 163rd Street,
Surf and 27th Avenue Drive-in.
Holdovers include "Airport" at the
t" n in. Mash" at Palm Springs
and Byron, "Anne of the Thou-
sand Days" at the Carlyle and
Twin II-Dadeland. "/.." in Twin I.
'Hoi. & Carol, Ted ,.< Alice" at the
May-fair and Parkway. Without a
Stitch" at Sunset and Normandy,
and "Cactus Flower" at the Coral
v.;i> and North Andrews,
Wometco Theatres
10 ACADEMY
AWARD NOMINATIONS
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(iKNEVIEVE BUJOLD
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WITHOUT
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introducing
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IN A MAARIV AND CONCERT PERFORMANCE
Sunday, March 29th, 1970-7:30 P.M.
Tickets Available In Synagogue Office
MILTON KAHN, Pres. I. ISRAEL, Concert Ch
mn.
ISRAEL SNg.t SINGING SUHN
AWLOUS
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ISRAEL S FRANK SINATRA
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TICKETS AT BOX OFFICE Beth Mo.hr Congregation
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ond iordon Morth downtown only.
DONATION S3 S4 SS SO S7 SO
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G'oup Sales Phone 6SI-0976
SHOSHANA DAMARI
HEDVA & DAVID YOEL DAN
THE CARMEL ISRAELI DANCERS
FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA
A OTHERS
MIAMI BEACH
AUDITORIUM
SATURDAY. MAY 2. 1970
8:30 P.M.
$6 50, 5 50, 4.50, 3.50 at box office. Mail orders accepted.
checks payable to: Miami Beach Auditorium.
Information and GROUP DISCOUNT phone 534-3688


hjewisHi Floridlian
ontan s

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Friday. March 27. 1970
Page 5-B
Miami Chapter Observing
World Jewish Child's Day
Miami Chapter << Hadaa-
i:. uhl(h observes one day each
w World Jewish Child's Day
; memorate the deaths of
,,]. than a million Jewish chil-
,. during the Nazi regime in
. by entertaining more than
i young people a< *outh Hall
k Southwest Clinical School.
"" urong dlsabilitj center. Mon>
MAR-PARV.
KOSHER & PARVE
MARGARINE
Makeskugelamechayeh.
CANTOR
|Ei(.'ll?nt dcncr, seeks position lo
I officiate tit Passover Sedurim and
I High Holidays, or year round any
[where in the Stole of Florida.
1532-0167.
lay.
For the past several yens the
women <>f Hadassah have sought
cut children most in need of love
and understanding from adults
underprivileged, mentally n lard-
c faiths and colors as well is thus..
who have demonstrated anti-social
tendencies, and have treated them
ti> a nice party with refreshments,
entertainment and gifts in an !-
fort to eonvej a particularly
important mi ssa thai in s|.it.
of in r> thing, thi 5 si ill h ivi the
lunity tn m ki tin
h nlthy, happy, productivi

1 ini his
two ms v : tain I:
t YoUl A :i.
11 ottt l! 17 Miami l !< 1 aid
in.; .111i>t .1 rrj S
' M Ills
ins il Soul liw cst, sv: 1. ; 1
1 and from Dadi < "otint
School, 'a ill also
Mi s, I 'iv id Seitlin 1*
Irg the project Mrs I -eonarri
Schreiber and Mrs Frank Kreutz-
1 are set \ ing as 1 ochait men
Shapiro's Announcing
Marsha's Engagement
The 1 ogagi m> ni of Mai sha
Shapiro i.i Bruce Sieg< 1 has b. 1 n
announei d bj hi r pan nts, Mi
bi .I \li s. Norman Shairtro, 19 !0
NE 197th l'li North
I;, ach,
1 The bridi -eli ,1 ,tt, nds Vali
School in North Miami, hi 1
Ranc the n ol li a il Mis
Arthur Siegcl, 1911 NE 197th
Ter., North Miami i;< ach is .1
sludi nt at the 1 niversitj of
Miami.
City Giving Away Trees
The City of Miami Beach was
to give away trees on a first-come-
[first-served basis Thursday at the
Garden Center behind the new
vine of the Convention Hall in
celebration of the city's ">~>th an
nivi rsary Six types of trees an
i.p the 1970 hii thday present h-t.
according to John P. Poulos, di-
rector of the Parks ami Recrea-1
t'uii Departmetn. Included air
Alexandei and MacArthur i>a!ms.
horsi radish trees, Jerusalem thorn
n and yi llu\s showeis. Prop 1 -
n owners who wish to take ad-
lage ni 1 he offi r, musl present
'!'ii latest tax reci ipt to 1 laim
ft, is limit' d 1.1 iu .1
ln'i'S anil instriictio
Women's League Card Party
Th> I .- i Bi
I : I ; \\ 1 itTti'll's 1 1 for
1 I m ill r. I. bi 1 its
it 12:30 p.m
thi 100 Lincoln Road Club
1 '01 ni: Rose I k'lli 1 -" is presiil
1.1 th>' group.
This group of ladies posed for this picture at the home of
Mrs. David Miller who hosted a "Kick-off Luncheon" for the
purpose of securing sponsors for the Annual Spring Luncheon
of Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom, to be held April 8 at
the Doral Beach Hotel. From left are Mrs. David Miller,
hostess; Mrs. Philip Postelnek and Mrs. David Kaskel,
chairmen of sponsors; Mrs. Meyer Kotler. Sisterhood
president; Mrs. Harold Granoff and Mrs. J. B. Spector.
Spring Luncheon cochairman.
Post and Auxiliary Installs
Harry Beyer will be installed as
Commander of Col. David Mari is
Post 746, Jewish War Veterans,
and Man: McShcrr) as president
hi its Auxiliaij at ci 11 moilies i"
I in the Washingti n F
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-Jeni&ncrMiar)
FridaY March 27
Telling It Like
It Is .
' 4-mnccs JLrinman
Fraydu Geftman
Becomes the Bride
Of Alfred Schere
Kravda Bonnie Geftman, daugh-
1 ter of Mr. ami Mrs. Philip P. Geft-
Luncheon Proceeds Go To
Jerusalum Youth Hostel
dinner honoring the couple.
A n glsti n d nurse, the new Mrs
i ,:,,. rceipi< nl ol all fund* con-
., ||,u(. i to Ihi fourth annual
;;,.!,,., Build) r"s Luncheon f thr
"antoi, Jad< '
l.
For many yean Pvi heard tales out of the operating room to ush-
about Mount Sinai Hospital: first- .r me in for the operatl 'n several
hand, second-hand, unto the third days later, though. It was nice to
generation! And such silly, sense-
ss things! When Jean was there,
trie soivice was wonderful, but 1
ver wanted to remember or talk
iut it. But aftt r a stay of threi
ks in the institution, 1 thinl
it's about time son* on< told aboiu
thi goings-on there let tlu
. ~ (all whi n they may!
Schen is a graduate of Southwest p.....,ia Women's Division, Ameri-
Scnior High School and Miami- Jewish Congress, which will
Dade Junior c liege's School ol .,],, ;. m the Cotillion Room
Nursing. Her husband, the son or ,..- nio tMen Roi 11 I, Kith Street
Mrs. Miriam Schere, 2215 NW ,.... Ini Ocean. Miami Beach, at
171st Ter., and the late Jack noon Thursday, April 2.
Si in re, graduated from Carol City
Senior High School and Miami- The luncheon program willI be
Dade Junior ColteBe. and Is pros- An Afternoon at the Opera. Mrs
ently enrtlled at the University ol Charles Silvers luncheon chair-
out of town at the time, arc also A(.sl Florida in Pensi.....la, where i an, has announced. Mrs. silvers
rs of the "Establishment." is president ol Dell Sigma Phi is taking reservations, and they
Shirley wanted to be absolutely international busi ss fraternity,
sure my brains weren't scrambled. Thl. ,.,,. wh, ad selected a
Km /i i
ter; Mis.
Miami-Coral <',
Mrs. Chai Us
' "hapter.

I
'-"id
see his familiar lace I've known
him for years. Dr. Michael A.
Russin, his son. and Dr. Frank
Schiavi. whom I saw only one. and
Dr. W, Stanley Weinkle, who was
J, misii Con ai ss oiiu c
It all began on a Saturday, as so she called in Dr. Wayne E. |m|^rtcd French lace and Members ol the luncheon com-
driving back from Ever- robin. 1 recognized him as a To- carrying an heirloom prayer- 11 Include Mrs Irving B. Kap-fl
National Hark with Mil.ie bin immediately for I hnnirMi N>ik ^ wn ,. orchlda 9retUient of the Florida Worn-
a. As 1 proceeded dowr mother m Miami Beach High stephanotis. was attended by ''
was
glades
Mendoza
Euclid Avenue, the traffic light !
>.a* with me, and I didn't see the
i..r that came out ol the side'
street until I plowed into it.
MAR-PARV.
KOSHER & PARVE
MARGARINE
Makes matzos a mycheL
I heard someone screaming at
the top of their lungs, but didn't
alize it was me. Fortunately. m>
and stephs
Mrs, Leslie Schi r matron ol
On the way down the hall, as 1 honor, bridesmaids Shari Posnei
was being taken to the operating and Beverly Rice, and Simone
room, incidentally. 1 saw Mrs. Fried, junior bridesmaid. Leslii
Harry Rogers. Sam Blank and Schere served as best man; ushers
Sam Mell. whose wile. Ann. is the were Martin Find and Michael
sister of my favorite banker, Clare Goldstein.
companion was not seriously ir.- Hayden, from Washington Fed-
i; she says i only stopped eral. (Clare hat since offered to do I
screaming long enough to inquire my shopping for me, Isn't she
,i anyone was dead. sweet?)
in no time at all the Miami The last thing l remember in
Beach Rescue Squad the greatest the operating room was Dr. Russin
in the worldarrived. The tall one saying, You know me, Francs.''
soothed me, and it seemed only a and I woke up later in the recov-
atter of minutes until the am- |ery room afUr an operation they
ince arrived and i was Inns- said took an hour and 15 minutes
Afti r a honeymoon cruis< to the
Bahamas, the newlyweds will !
at home m Pi ns icola.
: rred to it, my right foot tangling
a; a very unbecoming angli and
lood >tdl flowing tout not as
fasti Horn the gash in my head
Disnitss all the stupid stqrier
;. have hi ard ab ml
- in the err* rgencj i s-
roughl inti Mount S ind auhll( ,',..._. mtme
the rest. And although I'd
[disappointingly fast!) and this
movie-star type in a white uniform
..,t.l s over and says, "Hello, I'm
Joy Flair, one ol Shirk J S bcsl
i lei d
After the repair work on my
on 'ii. foot, I had to
: had h sen to I
, r lant, "Call Dr. I., wis G
. i and i < fort I co il
htsDr. G
Josie, my son. Jeii his
5 nd mj mo!.....ei

ral times ft
tors arrived i '
nd for my I I 11
5 g > I In: Is fl I '
| a .- wheeled in.
[rvin H. Willis I
- to pul me back t< .
sews a fin s a n yu
HEAR EVEN THIS
&eOt
< i
en home, 1 liked it
there in thi Wai ner Pa\ ilion on
thi third floor. I has c >m-
n I must go to a hospital,
ill be n .. choice, but
lid live and Ik- m
.'. dical care, clean
Is and cli an s .en
thi three blanki ts l alw s.. m
Mo-; ,. as gn al on my
mi favorites were
.Airs. Mary Walker. Mis. Palmer.
: dii iician, Miss Alice Ben-
1 '' am "' Mrs Lee Williams and Miss
two wee** befoi : iann rm sure all ol
I* B those wI were so kind and
-'">' visi' and t i ghtful were not thinking of
me socially henceforth. ... as prances Lehman bul as a
After my poor ankle was sick person in need of physical
i. el I was cleaned :ip ine" care, love and sympathy.
to bed, the nurs s kepi a run My only complaint is petty -
check on my blood pressure, one of the girls who brought in
one was in to take it every rnj tray was so last I never did
lour all through the nisht h, r faci the whole time I was
Several times during my stay then all I saw was the flip of
Samuel Gertner cam.- in to her pony tail. Fortunately, the
and I thought I'd tease hirr bedside table was within reach, or
bj saying the food was awful. 'It i would have starved to death.
really wasn't it was hot and Once or twice I had a little
y). But I ready enjoyed his tiouble with the call-bell. The
- nl of a fancy, absolutely gor- nurse discovered it wasn't work-
- dinner that made me fei I Ing the first time, so when 1 had
i wedding guest. no answer to my frantic rings thi
A number of old Mends and ac next time, I called a friend of
quaintanc stopped Ir ti me Shirley's l had just met, Walter
stay. Om of them was Turner, the night administrator,
.. Meyer who looked great, and explained the situation. He
: it not at all like he did when he was there in just a minute, and
Jean used to play has. ball ir I soon had my pain pill. So >ou
the long ago anothi t was see, Mount Sinai is not immune to
Baron deHirsch Meyer dapper as mechanical difficulties.
Bhvays, carnation in buttonhole. My room was shiny and bright
He also got me to remembering and cleaned every day. Nurses
when popped in to say hello, even if I
When at last my foot had ore didn't ring: volunteers brought
gn ssed to the point where it could books as well as mail around, and \
be operated on. the surgery was when the "Get Well" cards cover-
perfarmad by the "Establishment" ed the whole front glass of my I
__a new and groovy idea which loom, my familv thought it was
lets a whole group of doctors work '. time for me to go home,
on you at once. I loved Dr. Ber- I Never again will I listen to any
nard Tarr from the first moment tall-tales about Mount Sinai .
when he looked at my dangling j I'm ashamed I ever believed them
foot in the emergency room and before. As far as I'm concerned,
told me, "You'll be all right." I* ; it's the greatestnext to Mother,
was Dr. Lester Russin who camejjtre and Shirley.
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Miami, Fia.
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' Mai.ll 21,
. I 5oi daughti i
Bra i in. 36
'" Heights, tv
, ijlbom. the s in
t, i H. Milfcerg
|j, bud aduati >1 from
Hijrh School
Miami, ami
i. ol Bar-
[, j in Rivi rdale,
Sot Ihern Col-
. York City.
Linda K. Green*
Bruce J. Brotman
Marry At Beth Am
Linda Karen Green and Bruce
.lay Brut man were married in a
I Temple Beth Am ceremony per-
formed by Rabbi Herbert M.
' Panmcar.l StmdaV, March 22. The
Minor, mi li smaids Shai is Posni r
ln:ii. i brunch it Kings Bay Yacht
I I 'ountry Club.
A '.i.i itc of l ">! .1 i;.i! |r S
b i High School, the brid<. u
parents are Mi and Mis. 1 i
Grei n, l-'.'^T PI ,.-. (as Ave., Coral
Gabli s. att< i di College n: Sew York, and gradu-
ated from the l'niversit\ of Miami,
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Saul Brotman, North Bergen,
N.J.. graduated from Pairleigh
Dickinson University and earn
his law degree at the University
Ol Miami.
For h< r wedding, th< m w Mrs
Brotman chose a white silk or-
B .'ih n u Ith delicate Sw i Schiffli embroidery and double
\ i tical satin banding w oven the
, nine I, ngth, from thi modified
Victorian collar to the hemline,
and i. i sted on tho full Bishop
sleeves and full chapel-length
iiiiin. which was ilia,ii-ii at th>
1st. A triple satin bow ai o nted
th" high-rta waist, Streamers il
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Susan Levine, Husband Michael Kurtz,
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lovi rs bows and knots aeeenti il
Hi,' Victoi Ian bouqui i of m hite
roa s and baby's breath.
The I! Ide was atti ndi ,l by maid
,>: honor Linda Sue Solom >n, Mi s
Philip C. Fox, matron ol honor,
and Wendy Hopi Gn n Ronald
Bn tman was the groom's bi si
man, and Lester Brotman, Robert
Green, .hi, I Brotman and Eric
VVenke ushered,
The couple will live in St. Louis,
Mo., after a wedding trip to the
Floi ida K,
Susan Iiis Levtne ami her bride-
I......m, Michael Joseph Kurt/, hit
for a honeymoon in Jamaica after
trail wedding and reception in the
Alsi i- Hotel Sunday, March 22.
Rabbi Sol Landau officiated at th>-
2 p.m. ceremonies UIIHIfrg the
[ uuple in marriage,
The ii Ide, daughti r ol thi
Mr, and Mrs. Nathan Levinc, is a
graduate of Miami Senior High
School and the University "I Mi-
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, I Mr. and Mis. Louis Kurtz, 6321
S\V 89th Ct., is ,i past pn sidenl of
Beth David ATID,
The bride's -!-i r, Mrs Judith
Mi ckli r, was h, i matron ol honor:
bridesmaids included thi groom's
sister, Mis. Lila Mirsky, Mrs. Su-
san Sorr ntino, Lori .In Mecklei
nd 'Hi Beth Mi ckler, Janna Lynn
Mcckli r was flowi r girl.
Irving Musky served as thi
groom's In si man; ushers included
MRS. MICHAU J. KURTZ
Leonard Mcckler, Jeff Spar. Sol
Silverman, Howard Sorkin and
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Temple Beth Am presented
New York Metropolitan Opera
baritone Robert Merrill in their
recent forum and concert series,
accompanied at thi- piano by
Eugene B issart. Kls program
was very well received, and he
gave the appreciative audience
se\ il encores. After the pro-
gram the temple held a recep-
tion for Mr. Merrill.
Rabbi Hi rl i rt Baunigard's wife
- Ik ci epe
ess. 11 featured
ins nd the waist-
I' w ife
utC Kyrr was in .1
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Is :'.- ended at the
Mrs.
M.ixv c!ios
Mrs. M It in R issin two
silk suit .>s trim-
i irt buttons on the
1. Mi -. Joan Schwart a
led 1 black silk jumper *ith
an iced blue satin blouse. Mrs.
Arthur Winter was In a purple
It was topped with a long
jacket detailed with '.-"Id but-
tons. Black with the white trim
m -.'i'ii on Mrs. Morton Schultz.
Thi mint-green coal dress worn
bj Mrs. A. Budd Cutle w is
sleeved with contrasting
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Shoshana Damari Star
Of 'Israel' Show
Shoshana Damari, who has been
dubbed ''Israel's First Lad) In
Song" will star m the Israel 2.'"
buttons down the front. Mrs.
Ben Klein's choice was ,i royal
blue suit. It was double breast-
ed and was worn with a row 1
necked, powder blue blouse. Mrs.
Bill Baros topped her white dress
with a turquoise and white
sheer wool plaid coat
Mrs. Joe Solomon's black sheer
wool was toppt.l with a tapes-
try woven coat in black, brown
and white floral motil patt
Mrs, Murray Dubbin ch se royal
blue in ,1 wool knit ensemble.
Her Iress featured a hit yoki
l Mrs William
San< v white ei
(to l suit Hoi bt iwri ilousi was
1 1,1 .! with sm 1!! white dots
ind ha i 1 high, soft vl 1
lin .
Mi '; n a
itically I
navj Iress fi tured the
th ni I ni M N than New -
man- silk kn 1 >mbr -d
tones il blue bi ,> n on 1 hite. It
u in abstract I prinl with
a bateau neckline, and bi ac 'let
length sleeves. Mis. Al Lewis
chose fo -t green slier wool.
It had the high .jewel neckline.
long sleeves, and was encircled
at the waist with a wide silk belt
in multi-colored shades of green.
who has been called "one of the
world's grcal foljMjpgers" will
sing songs ol Israel and Yemen.
AIj 1 scheduled to appear on the
show an Hcdva and David, the
lop singing duo of Israel, who
, starred in t,.
of Israel."
bright) t re.
Ni h. mia s
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itrutnenta
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Larch 27J9TO
fJenist fkridttor
Pa^e 9 P
B Stremlining Itself To Meet Needs Effectively
1970 Biennial
Tho study determined ib.it there ship for the Jewtoh community.
arc prmlng needi ti> iCrengthen the Jewish Community Center and
Jewian identity, improve the qual- th<- community at large, meet spe-
h> and stability of Jewish families, c ial religious, communal and Mcial
ies|)ond to personal and Mdal dtf- welfare needs <,r Jewish lervice-
OSpeC
bile am
Jewish community, develop rele-
vant public affaira programs re-
lated to both Jewish concerns and
general societal problems, use cul-
tural arts more effectively, pro-
i iote a more intensive and under-
standing sense of the reiatedncss
of American Jews to Israel, il> -
k top new and effective leader-
ToTui National;lewW.
Lni in Washington.
Lud the n commendation
\f ommittee and voted
n itsdf to order to fuuln<'s- Incfoaaa the sense of | men and hospitalized veterans
!vds oi J wiih mdivi.l-
. !nd Jewish communl.
Tffcctively The commit-
conducted a three-year
^certain 'I"' pnmary
Wish persons and com-
an,i formulate projec-
neetls for the
I ihi services re-
peet tli.s,- needs.
The Study Committee recom-
mended that JWB streamline its
organizational structure to im-
prove iis service and the delivery]
i its services, to invoke present
nd |t< ntial leaders in activities
end di rutton-making more effi c-
in i> than at present, and to Im-
prove communication between the
national organization and its tocal
affiliates
The ailoption of the recommen-
dations means that more loosely
organised QeogxppjpjbaJ, a councils,
directly responsible to the national
organization, will replace the cur-
rent highly-structured region as
tin "basic Intermediate body" be-
tween JWB ami its local affiliates,
thus avoiding "unnecessary and
.' si inetural and organiza-
tional arrangements and confu-
sion of authority "
The recommendations also pro-
vide for the establishment of a
planning and evaluation commit-
tee to assure the continuing adap-
tation of JWB's program and
structure to changing conditions
and needs. In addition, the rec-
ommendations called for emphasis
on quality of staff and for panels
of qualified outside consultants to
provide expert consultation in spe-
cialized lit Ids for time-limited
projects,
ami
s-b* which ihe studj re-
, be served more |
. teenagers, college
othci yout .: a lults,
/adult Jew h popula-
newh i n* rtiii a senior
Imd those who could ben-
Ihr servin s ol Jewish
\xy 0 : *'no ll"
ih, ... f thi serv-

ryMrs
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Model Apartments are ready for your visit at the site of the future
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Also, note how tremendously convenient it is to supermarkets, all kinds
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27, 1970

+Jewist FkridHar
education ;.t Bvth Torah's Harold
! Wolk K'1ikious School.
The cvlebnmt will be honored
at a reception in Temple Kmami-
Fage 11-B
Engineers Hear Medical School Panelists
,.. .., I.,,,,.,,- 1U. Dr-Jacob Kline, chatrman of the I On the panel with I>r. Klin.-.
i! Sunday evening. His grand- ',mi,v"> of Miami Biomcdical organhter and chairman of the aes-
niothers. Mrs. Toby N. wman of Engineering Program, described a sion. were Dr. Alberto Huilkin of
New Y.rk. and Mrs. Prank Sit/er Ufe-aving systems approach to tile Miami Henri Institute, who is
the on-slte, immediate treatment a member of the r-M School of
, titttu
|>N\!.I> I
I
. II
h
I nor -;
Kb S
David Sifzer
ind Mrs.
onducl the
- .! Temple
his Bar
Saturday,
u/rct Miami
.mi re he is
the c le-
. the Little
.\ a: 1 ,h'
ning, the
,.wr si rvicei on
i>|>tio: y evening
ittvea and
/.,-, ih, I and Miami
I I it!
|nwm out kmw
-.. s.m of Mr.
m. will be
., MltX-
28, dtirinK
. ices conducted
.' Kingaley at
: N rth Dade.
student
a Junior High
pie Sinai's
I Hi eently won
. (hi ratori al coi -
S >rth Miami
been the
i xcellence

MM KK I T\NI>FR
- | |
in Stuart, the
- tand-
Mitrvah.
rit at Id:\
M. Fisher Junior HiRh School, the
celebrant plays trumpet in the
school band, and has won awards
fcr excellence in the Science Fair.
Helping Maurice to celebrate
the occasion will I* his grand-
parents. Mrs. Pearl Stander and
Mr. and Mrs Nathan Schwartz.
t m
ALLAN KLOTZ
Rabbi Naftali Poruah will ,f ri-
i late at the Bar Mitzvah of Allan,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyi r
Klotz, at Young Israel oi Greater
Miami Saturday, March L's ,
Allan is a studenl at T
Jefferson Junior High School and
plans to najoi nee and
A llai parents will host the
Kktdush rvices,
and e. lebi atioi anil
fr* nds Sal i ve-
nl
Among the honored guests will
bi lift Ipan nts Mr ar I Mrs.
H. Riehman ol Lodi N I His
brothi r Steve, a midshii man in
the rs. Naval Acadomj it I his
sisters. Miriam Klot/ a student at
the UnJversitj ol Florida, and
Mrs. Allan Levin, who la coming
from San Franetaco wrlth her hus-
band and children will also be
present the oo asion.

DONNA HESS
Donna the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. David Hiss ol North Miami
ach, will observe her Hat Mitz-
vah Fri-iay evening, March '21. at
Beth Totah t'ongrcgation.
A student at John F. Kennedy
Junior High School. Donna has
been attending Beth Torah's Har-
old Wolk Religious School, where
-In will continue her Jewish edu-
cation.

DAVID SITZKR
Sal mornlnc, Man i- 28, at
h Congn cation. David,
the < Mr. and Mrs Stanley
-, i Beach, will
i his Ha.- Mitzvah.
1 nt at John
j i High School,
I ... his Jewish
of Miami, will be amoi
guests at the festivities.
the
t accldenl and battlefield casual- Medicine's clinical and biomcdical
mark MI'man 's "' m,v,inK wi,h electrical engineering program faculty, and
Marx, the s,, f \[r aM(1 Mrs."4""*' *fWH',r'm^ crjiw Arthur I.ipman. 8S22 SW 17th v"rk ,llis week which was con- the U-M School ol Medicine's full-
I become Bar Mitzvah at sidering the topic "Engineering in time faculty and the faculty of the
Temple Or Olom Saturday morn- Fmergency Medicine."
Ing, March 28.
Mark i- a student at Rockway
Junior High School, where he is in 1IGAL NOTICE
the seventh gra h
Mr. and Mrs. I.ipman will host
the Oneg Shabbat Friday evening,
the Kiddush In I Ti mpli follow
ing the ci
and a reception and dinner honor- >*'xk> S5Ki;.
i .
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Dietary Laws Observed in Dining Room
Ovest Houses Provided for Visiting Pa-ents
* Management for 30 Years
KHO LARK Offers a Full Sehebcle o* AtMetk and
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U-Etandng, Drama, Arts end Craft* Fine Arts, Socials,
yrr.orr, ig Services.
For further information and Brochure contact
ACE WEINSTE1N
5700 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Telephone 864-8281
>n Saturday, u rj-: ;.--.'.i
tinner honor
it their him
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-1009Blanton
f
ing the ci let i
Saturday even
t 'lit-, f-tov. n gui its will Includi
Mr and Mrs
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I nnil Ml Pi
| .,
I: r., t. -
biomcdical engineering program.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-931 (Clark!
Iii UK !:-., ..i
N \TII.W S'lt: AISS.
I-...,-..I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tii \a ii. .h ... ~ hihI All rVrwi -
Muvinir I ii Ih nulicit.

Vnu nrr hrrrliy in -i a .
'
M ll -ill \ II '
hlrh ,u ii, ij n, Hirn .....
\ VTH k.N *TH M --
I Mi I Mrs ', !
Davi ; .[., K PerlU -:"N: '' .
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Chicago. ]
? ii s. Mon is Roscnstoi from
sachiisetts
I.Vl.t: MARKOrWTTZ
Lyle thi son ol Mr. and Mrs.
Mai Mti Markowitz 9121 SW 20th
.
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\t> t"\- i U! ri\
......... iMamunii, .-. i wu I Pllll tt.' -
st wUl be Bar Mit/vah at Temple jU".htimbu'a'-ohbx" '
Or Olom Saturday, March 28 v bu utris
llultrlliiK. Ml imi. Pta
Hi i
Lyle attends Rockway Junior
I1IVJ \ -
High School, where in
is
iighth grade, an.l is a former
member ol a Khourj League base-
ball lean;
The celebrant's parents will host
the Oneg Shabbat Friday night as
well as the Kiddush after the
services Saturday and hold a re-
ception in his honor at home Sat-
irday evening.
Mrs. Bella R' it< r and Mrs. Mir-
iam Markowitz, Lyle's grand-
nothi rs, will l' among the hon-
cied sts .it the festivities.
Summer Camp for Girls:
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and wafer sports by top Pros Pool a"d ia'-e swimming
Water skiing Sailing Driver Ed. Fishing 'Trips
Socials Discotheque Academe 'utcing available.
Camp Session Star's
JUNE 27-AUGUST 15
CAMP DIRECTORS: VICTOR E. JACOBSON, A. RIFKIN
For Brochure and Particulars write: S. T. Giffard, Dept. JF
Harder Hall Golf-Tennis Camp
Completely Air Conditioned
Sebring, Fla. call collect 813-385-0151
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JUNE 15 THRU AUGUST 7 BOYS AND GIRLS AG^S 4 THRU 14
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FREE BUS TRANSPORTATION PROFESSIONALLY DIRECTED
SCIENCE
i Lab fnprimerifs Science Projects
Noture Study
ATHLETICS
Swimming Instruction & AworrJj
i Ccmpfete Sports Progrom
Entire ca*f prtram under Berstnai (ui4an ARTS A CRAFTS
Air Conditioned Art Room
Weekly 'ieW trips. Outings
m octivities under the supervision of our
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Skits Voice Projection
Dancng
Singing
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"whtandlng facilities and equipment?
^Penenced, mature staff
Resident doctor and nurses
Sabbath Services
Abur.iance of quality food
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\}k Stages
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20
AVE JUST AS MUCH AMY D*
YOU SHOP AT YOUR FOOD
FAIR!
ALL WEEK
ALL MARKETS CLOSED ALL DAV EASTER SUNDA1
U.S.GOVT. INSPECTED -U.S.GOVT. GRADED PRIME 4 CHOICE -WE STERN BEEF CUTS
TOP U.S. CHOICE WESTERN
CHUCK
STEAK
U.S.D.A. GRADE A1 U.S. GOVT. INSR
TURKEYS
16 lo 2 4 LBS.
AVG.
IB.
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FRESH ICED GA FLA GRADE A
FRYER PARTS
BUY THE PARTS YOU LIKE BEST
BREASTS
WITH RIBS )
> THIGHS
DRUMSTIX
ITS YOU LIKE BEb
69
SAVE 20-BONUS SPECIAL!
SUNSHINE SWEETS
vm.
5 LB.BAG
i'
LIMIT ONE BAG. PLEASE. WITH OTHER
PURCHASES OF $5.00 OR MORE.
EXCLUDING CIGARETTES.
.-... CAUGICf
MACKEREL..... 39
FPESH CUT SKMltSS & BONE.ESS
Haddock Fillet i. 8^
'"LORinA CAi>G>
FRESHLY SuCEO ii%r
Kingfish Steaks l 59
Canadian No. 1 Smelts 2 m 79
FOOD FAIR SODAS
ALL
FLAVORS
28-OZ.
NORET.
BTLS.
LIBBv S ElBERTA MA.VES o> SLICED
Freestone Peaches
RED CHEEK
Apple Juice
C $1
35c
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BOTTLE '
POUND CAKE
Sara Lm
SAVE 10'
12-OZ PKG.
SAVE 0, BIRDb EE FROZEN
Strawberries
BIRCS E'E FROZEN
Cool Whip
2 "SSW
9 Ol CONTAINERBQc
TOP U.S. CHOICE WESTERN
TOP U.S. OMUILt wt 3 I cnif ._......
LONDON BROIL ?K c.UT.SHOULDER
TOP U. S. CHOICE WESTERN
LEAN GROUND CHUCK
TOP U.S. CHOICE WESTERN
NEW YORK STRIP STEAKS
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129
89
179
WESTERN-SELECTED
SLICED BEEF LIVER 59
FROZEN ^_ ^Sk^%
HENKO FRYER LIVERS 2 98
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BREADED VEAL
CUBED BEEF
.. CHUCK WAGON.....L
89
OBJUS SPECIAL!
FOOD FAIR or LAND O LAKES
'AA' LIGHTLY SALTED
Sweet Cream
SAVE 10<- BONUS SPECIALS,
GOLD MEDAL
PIAIN OR SELF RISING
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Will s C'
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Sweet Peas
Green Giant Golden Com
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Golden Shoe Fes Corn
3-Bean Salad
5 LB
1-LB.
PKG.
QTRS.
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PURCHASES OF $7. OO OP MORE.
EXCLUDING CIGARETTES.
CARLING
5%< 6-99
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PLAIN OR SELF RISING
FOOD FAR ROM'^
LIMIT ORE BAO. EITHER BPANC PLEASE .
WITH OTHER PURCHASES OP S5.00 OP) MORE .
' EXCLUDING CIGARETTES.
CHAMPAGNE
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1
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WA-illlNCTON jTA
RED DELICIOUS APPLES
TOP QUALITV INDIAN RIVI H SCLDL.ESS
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SOUR CREAM
16-OZ.
CUP
SAVE 1<-BONUS SPECIALS!
AMERICAN KOSHER MIDGET
Salami o. 'mm**
Bologna 79
FAMILY FAVORITES'
SAVE I6< KRAFT SPHIIADEIPMIA
Cream Cheese
DAB PRIDE
2 S3 69
Light Cream 2 hots 29*
SAVE I6< MBS FllEI S WHIPPED
Stick Margarine 4 liios$1
MASTER S SUM MILK ISO/ Ml
Cottage Cheese cup 29*
Ricotta Cheese
Sour Half ft Half
FLO SUN PORE IMF (Al Iiiinc.
Orange Juice
DABI PBK'F
Whipping Cream
SAVE 10c ,5 i RQc
16 O! 9Q
cup
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CONTAINER
HALF PINT
( ON'AINFR
29*
29*
29-
$1.19 VALUE
CEPACOL MOUTHWASH
SI 6 VALUE CHROMIUM EDGE
Wilkinson Blades
FOB A CLLANEB WASH
rive Laundry Detergent
BIBB
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Jewish Floridian
TiS March 27, 1970
Section
Yeshiva Day School Elects
[irving Seidel First President
del
irah Congregation,
; executive Irving day schools in the United Stat.s cation as well as Beth T..rah Con-
former president of Both I and Canada. Information on rep- cremation's. He is a former senior
North Miami istration procedures may be ob-[ vice commander of the Arthur I.
tained by calling the school, a per- Adler Post. Jewish War Veterans.
n.anent site for which is being and served as a volunteer coordi-
sought in the North Dade area. Bator for the Combined Jewish
Mr. Seidel. a former vice presi- '. Appeal in North Dad for two
dent of the Southeast Region, yens. Mr. Seidel helped establish
United Synagogue of America. the joint synagogue effort for the
was chaiiman of its board of edtl- I'JA in that area.

**
Federations Host .'{-Day Conference
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed- Jewish Federations and WMfan
eration and the Jewish Welfan Fund*.
Federation of Gnater Hollywood Serving as cochairirun of the
I will co-host a ^oung Leadership conference will i>e Mr. and Mrs.
| Regional Confl n nee at the Diplo- Howard J. Trinz of Miami, and Dr.
I mat Hotel the week) nd of May 15 ai.d Mrs. Charles Friedman of
Young leadership from through-{Hollywood. Two of the keynoti
i Nit the State of Florida have t> -i speakers "ill be Irving Blum, pres-
I invited to the three-day confer- j ident of the Associated Jewish
lence, which is ln-inp sponsored by Charities Welfare Funds, Inc..
[the Young Leadership Cabinet >>f
[the United Jewish Appeal and thi
>! Baltimore, Md., and Philip Bern-
stein, executive vice president of
Committee of Leadership Develop- the National Council of Jewish
ment of the National Council ofiFi leratior.s and Welfare Funds
IRVING won
< mber of
i in ater Miami.
f.. pn sidt nt oi
I shi M Vt shiva Day
; v.. eti txt fa rarj quai ters at
| 990 NK 171st St..
I : I h.
pcted to serve
jic iducati mi .ii m for the
[>:.. t ; Milton Gott-
I lacob 1 i 'h< i nofsky. \ Ice
Mi Jonah Caplan. re-
Ming sei i-tary; Mrs. Ellen
\ rn spondlng secta-
. ind 1 Fi Id, treasurer.
9 i'l offi r children of
} throughout the
South Broward
ol traditional
lui Btton and a
' i idles curricu-
Inn. s will include
i :art< n, first am
' >: I pa Additional grades
i ri lati r as regis-
katiun
HCHAfO NOffWICN
Officers Elected
By JWV Auxiliary
T ii Norman Bruce Brown Aux-
iliary 171. J. wish War Vetei
. lected the officers for 1970-1971
at a recent business meeting.
The new slat.' includes Mrs. Ma<
Schreiber, president; Mrs. Claire
(ire. nwald and Mrs. Emma Lefko-
witz, vice presidents; Mrs. Kat<
Graham, treasurer; Mr*. Hannah
Sat/, recording secretary; Mrs.
Syd Steii hardt, corresponding sec-
retary; Mis Pauline Smith, chap-
lain; Mrs. Ida Danziger, patriotic
Instructor; Mis. Pearl Weinsti
conductress; Mrs. Syd Steinhardt,
historian; Mrs. Dorothy Dittman,
guard; Mn I dith Feibelman, flag
btarcr; Mrs Essk Kolinsky, color
b an r; Mrs Rose Ackerman
Mrs. Sylvia Liebman, banner
bearers, and Miss Freda Feingold,
Mr*. Esther Jacobs and Mrs.
Catherine Morris ai trustees.
Jndea To Honor
Sidney W. Langer,
Temple President
A mrption-dance will br held bl the meeting hall at 4601 West
laliz.d atti ntion and the provision j in tne so,.ia| hall of Temple Judca Klagler St.
! the fin.si educational facilities | o{ Coral Gables Saturday evening, I ----------------------------------
':. school, which
"it sffi iati il with any syna-
institution, will cm-
''' ass, s and Individ-
A joint installation ceremony
will be held by the Post and Aux-
iliary at 8 p.m. Saturday. April IS.
Igious and general Vprji n. to honor the temples
es.Il will be affiliated with
I I'm 5orah, the National So-
prtsident. Sidney W. Langer. ac-
cording to an announcement by
' for Hebrew Day Schools, Richard J. Horwich, vice president
too Hebrew 10( !h(. temple's board of trustees.
Mr Horwich will serve as chair-
man of the evening's festivities.
which will begin at 8:30 p.m.. with
the entire congregation in attend-
Brotherhood Hears
Sen. Robert Shevin
Discuss Pollution
Sen. Robert L Shevin will dls-
,,nre. Refreshments and ***<> ^ }.,,|:utjon problems" at the
orchestra are part of the om
standing program being plai i
year were Installed by the '
Residents of the Royal Embassy have scheduled a rur.d-
laising breakfast Sunday morning in their building's
card room on behalf of the 1970 Combined Jewish Appe='.
and Israel Emergency Fund campaign of the Greater Miarr.:
Jewish Federation. Pictured above at a planning meeting
for this affair are, left to right A. C. Fine, co-chairmarv
Margaret Fine and Joseph Roe-enblum, co-chairman. Other
committee members are Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bear. Mr.
end Mrs. Edward Dokson, Mrs. Ida Lear. Mr. and Mrs.
Saul Lippman, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller. Mr. and Mr;.
Moses Rippa. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Shapiro and Mr. ar.i
Mrs. Howard Uliman. The guest speaker will be Ben Esser..
chairman. Residence and High-Rise Division.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Robinson were hosts for the first Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund meeting ever
held at the Carriage House. More than 75 residents attendee
the Brunch which produced excellent results for the cam-
paign. Left to right, Julius Darsky. Chairman of the Carriage
House CJA-IEF Committee; Mrs. Darsky; Dr. Leon Kronish
spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom; Mrs. Alex Robinsor.
c.id Mr. Robinson.
More than 140 persons attended the Harbour House Break-
fast held on behalf of the 1970 Combined Jewish Appeal and
Israel Emergency Fund campaign. The Honorable Sheparri
Broad, Mayor of Bay Harbor Islands, was the guest speaker
at the affair which produced an increase in giving over
1969. Left to right are Mayor Broad; Robert Blum. Jr..
Ellison Kosoff and Jacob Rabinowitz, cochairmen.
monthly breakfast meeting of the
i honor of Mr. Langer, who hat Temph Beth Sholom Brotherhood
served as prcsid.ni of the Silvermai Assem-
gregation foi tin past two years ^jy Hall at 10:30 a.m Sundaj ac-
i J nnouncement
Mrs. Ida Lett Reelected ( L s Brother-
M,s [da I..ir. howas nc,rl;,; ^
,.,, lected i i sidcrrt of Beth Jacobs
Sisterhood, and the officers who Aaron Fair, prograi
will serve with her for th< c ning ..lliTn, program will be open to
Ihe genera] community as well as
j pic's spiritual leader, Rabbi S. ,.,,,,, members. The price
Swirsky, at a gala luncheon In the ^ $j ^ ^^ ^ ^ of ,h(.
|Ritz Plaza Hotel. Officers Includ. [ii(.akfast ^,. ,,..,. s(i ^dlng
crton L. McnJel of Cleveland vice presidents Mr*. Pauline Thur- U|al Qu S|ll)j) (1, ()f |M,|iution in our
I aio, was elected president oljston, Mr*. Ann Baida and Mrs. ^ |s of major con(.1In to all of
! Nclonal Jewish Welfare;! stfcer Leitaon; Mrs. Ida V Swlr- ns a|ui thi, Brotherhood is fortu-
J^a !JWB> at the close of its! sky. chaplain and recording sen- ^^ to h^ &n authoritv likr s,.n
JCen!. Bnnkd Convention toltary; Mrs. Fannie Perlsteln, tn as- 0KmM to speak to tht.m on the:
asrunctjn. D.C. Formerly alurer, and Mrs. Rose Laufroiitx n su|)|ri.t
lce;P'esident of JWB, Mr. Man-1 ,irespondinf secretary. Sunshine I"
J1 the national president of!, ..airman is Mrs. Batty Bletberg; Temple R. th Sholom s Brothe -
^Bureau far Careers in Jew-: Mrs. Mary Kantor ,s entertain- hnl supports its jouth AcUvttJ ,
f ^derations and Welfare | ment chairman and Mrs Ann Pol- program, of which Jose,* Nevel
rUnds- hack is refreshment chairman. b chairman.
A Crystal House Cocktail Party on behalf of the 1970 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign,
produced a 70 percent increase over 13S9. Left to right. Louis
Harris, Co-chairman; Arthur S. Rosichan, Executive Vice
President, Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Max Mitchell.
Co-chairman; and Myron J. Broaae, Assistant Executive
Director, Greater Miami Jewish Federation.


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Friday. March.



Miami Beach Author's
Fourth Book Debuts
Awards Given By Heart Institute At
Hebrew teacher anil authoress
Shoshannah Si>eetoi will be hon-
or, (1 Tuesday at 8 p.m. with a
SHOSHANAH SPECTOff
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s|Mvial program marking the
debut of her latest book. The
Five Tounc HfcWfes of Israel." The
program, to be held at the Hebrew
Acadrmy of Greater Miami. 2400
Fine Tnf Dr.. Miami Bearh. is
called "An Evening With Sho-
-liannah Spector," ami will Include
review of her lx>ok by writer-
broadcaster Larry King, who ap-
peared with Mrs. Spector on radio
i ragranu almost 20 years ago.
A teacher at Miami-Dade Junior
College, Mrs. Spector, who has
taught Hebrew at the Hebrew
Acedemj tor the past is years,
also conducts Hebrew classes in
the (."atskill Mountains, where shi
does her writing during the sum-
mers. Hr Hist iHKik, published
five years ago, was entitled "He-
brew Made Easy." "The Seder
That Almost Wasn't." was fol-
lowed by a cookbook railed "My
J. wish Kitchen.*' H< latest effort
is being published simultaneously
In New York and Israel.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. spiritual
l ader of Temple Ner Tamid. will
m rve as chairman of the "Eve-
ning With Shoshannah Spector";
Howard Friedman. Mrs. Theodore
Sigman and Mrs. Jack Grccnberg
are eochairmen. Among the hon-
ied guests will be Miami Heach
Mayor and Mrs. Jay Dermer, and
Mrs. Spector's publisher. Moshe
Sheinbaum. ho will come from
New York for the occasion.
More than 160 friends of Miami
Heart Institute attended its re-
cent awards dinner party, Mten
they were greeted by Osmer Dent-
ing" Institute president, and heard
a presentation on heart disease
past, present and future by Dr.
Richard Ellas.
Awards weft
jjrjpite.
\\tt-i\ to "the
no
.mlerfut'people whose"generosity
has helped Miami Heart Institute
to provide the newest facilities
and equipment tor eare oi cardiac
U-M Honor Society
Taps Miss Blumin
For Membership
Brands Blumin, a si nior at rhi
University of Miami, has been
tapped for membership in Mortar-
board, the highest women's honor
isociety .it U-M. Miss Blumin was
the recent winner of the two high-
est awards given to sorority wom-
en the May A. Brunson Awara
for having the highest acad< mic
average (3.8 out of a possible 4.01
and the Mary B. Merrit Award toi
her outstanding contributions to
sorority and Panhellenie.
A graduate of Southwest Miami
jHtgh School. Brenda, the daughter
I of Mr. and Mrs. Moisey Blumin.
. ES30 SW 50th Ter., Is immediate
I ;.st president of Sigma Delta Tail
sorority, and |>ast secretary of
Academic Affairs for the Under-
graduate Student Government. A
I memm r of Rho Lambda honoi
society, Miss Blumin, whose en-
i; gem. nt to Bruce S, Rubin of tin
Ronald Levitt public relations firm
has been announced, is listed In
'Who's Who in American Collegi I
ard Universities."
patients" by Dr Matthew Bradley.
Receiving Patron Awards were
Mi. and Mrs. Harry P.nrtrss, Mrs.
Ralph W. Showalter, Mr. Joseph
Stetson, Dr. and -Mrs. Samuel L.
Turek. Mr. and Mrs. Saul Wollner
and Mrs. Ruth Yablick.
Huilder Certificate Awards were
present, d to Mr. and Mrs. Emil
r>iHlaiBW^lntl JaeolT^f. ^Wiis-
tmrgh.
Recipients ol Honor Certificates
were Mr. and Mrs. David Haleh-
i. Mr. and Mr- Mori is p.. i -
man. Mrs. Charles .1 Hradshnw.
Mr. and Mrs. Lai -- M. I>> Hass,
Thorn is R. Gartland, Mr. and Mrs.
".at Goldman, Dr. and Mrs George
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Lilly. Dr. Ek\v,t, Da ^
Uh.lfofDrs.Ch.,n..vT'tn
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I.arsrn
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ami Mrs. I.. Q
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Mooav
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Gladys Wein,,-.
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Kuhn VonPoushental i
Count, ss Tassilo Szech
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* h-Aist rhridHur
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k^Opponents In
(ouik'I Contest
, the" only op-
f',.-,.! i candidate, h.s wife,
'l children, Jn 16,
and Evie, 4. make
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I ,m ol Krecdom Uxlge. Bna-
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I Beach Symphony
lor of the Interama
| run rce and Asth-
I s Foundation. A
I ior of Temj* Ner Tamid,
I B,a.h he has served as
I t, mple Menorah and
I Brandcls Zionist Dis- .
f th Univeralty of
I. kvrsltj "I Miami.
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i ,k ... ..', ra taxation and is a
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Vn.rican Bar and
I .i,i. Planning Council ol
I Kerness Luncheon Speaker
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mJen i$t> Flcrx/ian
Seagull Hotel To
Entertain Youth
Of Dado Countv

More than 100 of Dade County's
j.-wish boys and girls ol collegt
and high school age a ill bi
tairo il the wet k, nd "i April 2-1
n! r. s a ill Cbronel Hotel's
couple compl \
The special "Encounter with
Chabad" weekend Is being spon-
tored by the Lubavitch Youth Oi
ganization, and will Include semi-
i Bra, discussion groups, work
shops, services, singing and danc-
ing led by local chassidim and
their wives, who will be living
with them.
A highlighl of the weekend will
be the cliassuli. song festival ir.
the Miami Beach Auditorium Sat-
urday at 8:30 p.m., featuring a
troupe "i 15 singers ami dancers
v ho will "ilo their thing chassid-
Ically." The troupe, which will be
making its headquarters in tin
Coronet Hotel, is expected to
'keep the place alive" that week-
end, according to Rabbi Abraham
Korf. regional director of South-
easl Lubavitch.
Fr:dc? Mc^h2,
"American
ft**
Senior Citizens' Friendship Club of the North County YM-
YWHA of Greater Miami shows its concern for community
affairs by presenting a check for the CJA-IEF campaign to
T staff member Herb Rubin. From left are Isadore Hirsch,
Sara Madison, Mr. Rubin, Augusta Levine, Sarah Katz,
Helen Schneider and Oscar Levine.
MS Society Installation
C. K. Woody" Woodcock will
be Installed as executive vice pres-
ident of the Muscular Dystrophy
Society of South Florida at an In-
stallation dinner-dance Saturday
evening, May '2. in the Shelborne
Hoi. I. Mr. Woodstock, prt sidenl ol
B&W Florida Feature Press Serv-
ice and secretary-treasurer of the
McWood Corp.. collaborates with
columnist Hal Bergida on a state
ide [lolltlcal column.
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day, March 27.
1970
fJtnist FhrHiiir
Page 5-C
Purini Festival To Feature
Middle East's Besl Talenl

ijnc mi Mr1 Bin .acP'HI
reund. her son. Richard, age 7, and little
sisted with this year's collections for the
annually by the Suburban League Women
My Children's Hospital in its care of cancer
/v 0 it n d \J
O w n
r.ii I .1 Htrawffate
: frum Th
part) al
F1
| ... Uli w
f ore, their
i th daughters
in, i.iihi : i\mi. Their
Deputy Gover-
i ince in Thai
Mr. and Mn.
.....hlM) *>ris >r ii :ini, who Bit"
in tour ni
ind Dr. and
In. Jack Davi* ol Coral Gables.
': S ii mberi of the
fnumil of International Visit i>r>,
i sis as part
'' im ol ha\ ing
I and students
imes,
Irs. Srisa rsell the
U .is si. 1 II-
I with th< Straw gat< 's
I ,' sisted they
r by I itel so ihi
could give her i |>crsonal ,im
'I he \u\ el) o!il i ni lanl shi pre*-
si nil il i" I 'an w s one shi in I
worn .is ;i i lull I The I leputy
(io\i ii.ni and ln> wifi also ga>c
the Si i .i" gati s an im ital ion to
\ iiit iln ii rhailand, so
if the Srrawgates vacation in
,\ i.i this sun imi instead ol
I hii.|h ,-,s usual, ii will I' :"
i.iiisi nt i'ii ii new-found frieniis
in Thailand.
lr. Seymour -I. Gardner, Wor-
shipful Master "i Miracle Lodge
No. 121, K&AM, has announced
the appointment of Han Kamhi
and Kl i'amm-r as rochoirmen
ol the lodge's "Miracle Fellow-
ship Nile" dinner party in the
Playboy Club at 7 p.m Wednes-
day, during which At (twiner,
i iiit.ii .it the lodge public ition.
will Ih honored. Attorney Frank
Marks, a Past Mash r, will t-
the mast) r ol cen monii
Some ol
I :i w ni.1
ii in tin fsrai I Puiim Pi
pi sent d li H I
Conn the M
eh Vuditi
ning, Api il '.'
Hi adlinin re a p lir
I singei s Jo Amai and -
' II s. ;,
tup musical eomi ily q irtet. Back-
them will In Ben
Ben ai i dion \ irtuoso Shlomo
H in nd thi I' ihlia Danc-
i n casl i i.n iik. Israel its. it
bi ings to ;< thei Ji ws from all
Ihi wol Id Mi An:.ir is ., .,
livi ui Mm ceo, Miss A\ iai i is i
Vi mi niti sabra, her husband, Ra-
binov ii i, was i .nil in R
and prod id i lin ctoi Ai ie Ka I i
Baghdad. Berns is an
American, as an Ihi dazzling
ol Young
Judcans dedicated to stud)
i) ing [si ai li culture
Tin dynamic Jo Amar has been
m n in t li is- countr) for years
through ins reeoi lii .- l [e has
m SO dbums, and firsl
Smorgasbord For
Hadassah Benefit
A mi 'i gasb 'ii' will be held
l>; the Chaim Weizmann Group
Had iss ii: Sui la) in Carpenti rs
Hall, 1">1 NW 37th Ave., beginning
at ."> ;n p.n w Ith proceeds allo-
i ated to thi Had issah Mi dical Or-
ganization.
i
Chairmen of the "Dining Oul Is
Pun" evening are Miss Hazel Mar-
! m and Miss Sadie Weinberger
There will !< nun.' than 20 varie-
ties ni food in choose from oi
one may choose them all.
Dinner will be followed b) an
evening <>f fun and games, and
i.hu pi tees will in awarded.
appeared on the concert -
run in Ca negii Hall, a pi i foi m-
ai ci wl ich an I in
I. om thi ci il us. ii.,
i lub enga ts have I
, ., him thro i of tin v
it he n ci ii'i. madi a i
tour ol I-:a< I, > hei hi w
thai nation's Frai
'.; ss A\ iani, w ho has api
throughout the Middle and Far
Past, and in much of Latin Amer-
i< i as wi II as thi Uniti it Stati i
has also made man) n i.....lings
;" ii appealed on the Ed Sullivan
TV show.
T ii A) alons have been li igether
sinr. the 1948 Israel War ol In-
iii p. ndence and .in favorites
\ er they pel form.
'l i, k, is im ih, N, ,,i r
Fi stival ni 1970 a availabl. al
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il in 's and .inidan Mat
ti w n and ai T I th doshe
i-: North '
M/Sgt. William Levenson
Receives 2nd AF Medal
M/Sgt. William Levenson, n
Mr. and Mis. David Levens
i"i il NP Miami < iardi ns I >i .
Ivcd ii si i ,nd Air Fo C
ndatioi for mi ritori
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FridqY- March 27
in|
Hadassah Groups" Schedule for Week Mrs. Otto Haengel F&V &** SJfZ!,W^4
Meeting of the Miami Beach hold its annual Youth Aiiyah bon-' Receives Honorary Mark ouf^y onamm unit eg ill MarriQi
Chi ur of Hadassah this week ait in the Algiers Hotil Monday Sharon Lee WeintraUB and Mark '
Will include the events listed U>- at 11:30 a.m. Brunch will be fol- \_j\Q MeillbCrSIlip PalTV Shanis were united In mar-
At the Dade County PTA Asso- ria*e Sunday.
ciation"s annual Pounder"! Pay
,-. lebratton last month. Mrs. Otto
low. 1 wed by entertainment and the
A beautiful and unusual musical awarding of special prizes.
I_- -am has been arranged for
1hr Youth Aiiyah luncheon meet- A-: Eye Bank brunch and card -
, a, the Herri c.rOUl> Mon.a, Pffi wil, be held by the M Ha-n, dent
Groan Monday noon m the Algiers
i in the Americana Hotel, ac- jjotej
< ii" to an announcement by orary
Ben Zeigmund, president. A "Fun Nite in Las Vegas" will receivei
-. Leo Chaiken and Mrs. Zeig- b held in T npl Net
I are taking reservations. 3 tu Hall Saturday ni
i;. :.u-.ih Greop. Proceeds wi
Knima Lauras Group will I Hadassah Medical Oi
r.
March 22. in the
I'.ubaiyat Ballroom of the Algiers
Hotel Rabbi Max Landman offi-
ciated at the 7_PJn, ceremonies.
, w lr l ak, s Ek mentary SchWJW Both flW brVoe" MWI /
PTA was .warded a national hon- and Mrs. Mlltoo C tt.-.n raub.
If, membership She also *13!i S\\'25th T.-r.. and the bride-I
, | ,. Florida Congi ss I if. om whose ran ntsare Mr. and
Award and Scholar- M, -. A: n..Id Shams of Hull.-Mass.,
r iu- [fromth. Dade Count .dual tudentt al rTorida
n ilol PTA's. rjlty. The newMrs.
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West Palm Beaeh and Cape Ken
t edy attended last weekend's
Hashachar Junior Conclave at
Camp Owaissa Bauer tv ai Home-
Stead.
The fourth, fifth and sixth grade
st'idpnts partiripated in a pioin I
, t Israeli singing and dancing, arts
and crafts, sports a movh c
and crafts, sports, a n i
campfire. Theme <>f the weel
was "The Events L< idii r to t
Establishment ol the Stati ol Is-
rael," and was in l i the dii i I
of Arthur Letts, i ri I i R
d rector, and Alex S] itali
ami prog] am din I
from Florida Atlantic
raduatlng rrom
. ; s ni >r Hi n s. tool.
I a Blol : tjor. is
Hi." i la Unhi rslty.
i wedding, tlw I ride se-
length gown <>f lace
ide of white
ros< s Hi i attendants Included
l, iren D i n maid I honor; Mrs.
,. r pic, matron of honor.
I brid sma Is Diane Schei l and
J. an Shanis.
A ri ccptlon for tli couple fol-
Durbin* Announcing
Carats Engagement
To Harvey Keiser
Mr. and Mrs. T. AN- Durhin
announce the encasement of their
_ht.r Carol Sue. to Harvey
Kelser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mon-
roe Keiser ol New Rochelle, N'.Y.
The Durbini were residents of
.., i. ai h i fore moving to
i! illywood ten yean ago. Miss
Durbln, a graduate of South'
. ai i HI :'n School, attrndi I
the University ol l i i *see and Is
pres i : } a student at the Unlver-
t; liami. Hei fiance who li
studies al the
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fJenisii fkridlirtr
Pag 7-C
pioneer Women Honor National President
By H>ITH ZIPP
L ether Uacki Zacklcr.
J* ,,,. :t of Pioneer
fc' uS h ,nwred at .ho rc-
Ri D"or Luncheon J
Trfs Pioneer Women at the
Hotel. An attorney by
Mrs Zackler "howed
;,;,,h.r. *i ':;'" ,h-
,oli field of fa
I ned from
., Israel
- '" ">*'"-
i in I--
"' lnI
opened
. who lost
ih "How-
ted "the
, ,i"1- Th
; ..-,_.! as a
I the in<-
, through
ng from
ind roll,
.....nes. She
- were not
coached
ntations.
, was hi-ld at
Hjltor, ind it *ai packed.
was i-erj : "' (< thc
khion industr> is hoping to
[.,.. ,nv of the
hntrv, M lets entered and
tti-d \a swinging doors, and
y : from swim
. ning gowns.
lomen's > in ihe gamut
..- i to in ixi's
,: class i I ir ng 'iocolle-
Xr: fash ndustry has
btlKk nclude children*.
1 men's-wi ar. w licit were also
....
Mrs Zackle I i igh the Pi<>-
,-r Worm i sex cral of
\\e voca' or lools which are
iructu: II young girl
y t the age of
and a-hi I enter the
tmy ur.i > ira of
R Oompuls ; .. ition in Is-
- ... Most
, o con-
| lucation as
ire high
|. -tor of
I tioi | with
-'i insor
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; np >rt mi
hi where
I
f ng .
I ii
se call-
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mstruc-
: i I ,.:i Some
I "'in' sub-
I ir teaching
I student io read a w ip iper
iVth undersl
Whei problem,
Itr.e P: neer Women provide
|v ilarsh ps Women who are
gwcessfi i i| fashion
part-time instructors.
|0ne of the most well known is
p-ni L&tersdorf, who is one of
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Israel top couturier leslgi
Their graduates >l i well in the
world of fashion, as Mrs. Moshe
(Ruth) Da van w. II knows. iShe
has an enterprise known as
Ma/kit. which originally bejan
as a fashion house and has now
expanded to Include art objects.
One of her designers is a grad-
uate of one of the Pioneer Wo-
men's schools, i
Mrs. Zackler stated thai there
a e leveral factors involwd in '
the Impact of the fashion In-
dUStrj in Israel. First, the fact
that C'ttMl rMS only In en grOWtl
and perfected for looming foi-
ls' ten years. It i- blended
with many synthetic fabrics
I often ;i!i in iallic >
T i I j Isi ael has texl lie I i I
th it vie mi ics >m all
over the world. Then thi
ment situ it ion i- c iusi foi c >n-
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,t [srai ; ither d i th s
- production
1 :
knov il n the
Si Th typ i ;
they pi idiii "
it slyli which ;a
. : ma
mi th' ids.
The ishiorw iow n ii the
PI iz i Hot' I w n ide by the
young girls In the vocational
ols operated t >> the Pioneer
Women. The fabrics were all
from Israel One ol Israel's larg-
est fashion houses. Beged-Or,
uses leathers and suedes to trim
many of their styles. Mrs Zack-
ler laid she was told the leathers
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that life ?oes on normally. There
are parties weddings. Bar MitZ-
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The i irders have been pushed
ind life in the cities and
other communities is normal,
the exception being the west
bank, which is one of terror.
Those on the Jordanian border
spend every night in shelters.
The army is a way of life; al-
mosl every family has a son or
daughter in the service. After
the basic training period, the
young people have time off to
visit home fairly often an 1 I >
see them in uniform hitch-
hiking home ii r:n '
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* k m j' t fhriHUnr
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Spiritual Counterparts
Rabbi Kaplan
Bj RABBI ION \ll I.. ( M'L.V.N
sk.\ i .ii.. ijlugrogne
Hi Bible s| ks o,l cl >anlinoss
i ui '.. i -- Ti .-ill- the
which
\'. i are permitted
.i "clean"
U : thl .1
wh :h we are
m t permitted to
.....unclean."
I'm:-.ill s.us
ill who
In cpo-
with a dead
\ ll un"lean.
The formula for
making the un-
clean clean, is
nol soap and
v ter.
s |g the
c interj hyaicaJ lum I anlin-
To everj physic il manif< -
piritua c rnnter-
. Wh 'ii 8'ieak of a ; ei >ti
I ing dirty, wi do not necessarily
r 'an thnl he is phj si illy dirt)
v in i> mi in Ihstea i thai hi
dirty ideas, -that he harbors un-
wholesome thoughts, and is moti-
\ ted in un-G dlj impulses,
The 'I'm ;h draws a line of dis-
i iction between thai which is
l lysically wholesome and thai
v iich Is psychologically damaging.
Ihr priests who came to the)
ti nple I i perform the
t re obligi ; to wash I h inds
and Hi ,;: feel before entering.
T lej h id to <-.ii Hi mselves
l .in the influcm of the w i
ol mat ;. on the outside in
o ler to be able I i give ol thom-
- Ij and purelj to the
b ice of God. This was the n is m
for their washing,
V\ c wash our hands before we
down in the table to eat wen
though our hands ma> be physi-!
r lly clean. The washing of the
Ti inch h to points to the fact that
the Jewish table is an altar even
B- the home is int. tided to be a
miniature shrine. The food we
e t is sacred and the blessing is
s id over the food 4n thankful .;>-
|i ctati in to God.
The storj of the red cow in
this week's portion of the Torah
i> a psychological answer to a
psychological form of unctean-
r con) nine! u bj con-
tact w ii ii tin dead is noi m o -
ii r> physii ne lone. Ii
U& a |3t*ri1nfliijl one The
r moval of a psychological un-
c leanliness is t n ati rl in a
ch i] inner ,i~ indicated bj
sprinkling of the ashes upon him
o has h come uncl < in Spirituil
uncle nline-s kills and the a
bespe ik o! such a death To be-
come clean again is to
aware of this psychological truth.
Man does not live by bread
alone because beyond the physical
bread which sustains his body,
there must also he the spiritual
md psychological food which must
feed his psyche. The rituals which
arc intended to clean the uncli i
it e the Tot ah way of pro\ idii
li, althy mind for a healthy I
The most devastating feelin
a human being is the fei lit
th fear of the unkrn
ng the psj i
'reflects broughl on by a si
o| uncleanliness is the Torah way
ol helping the Jew lo rededlc I
himsi it to h n al and constructs c
way ol II
The Tor..1! w iv of life is the
antidote to guill feelings. Teshuva
(Tepentancei opens up a new
future in which the sins of the
past fade awaj making room for
new opportunities and a new M IJ
lite.
Inlt'rfuith l)utiii<; Is
Topic Of Discussion
A pain I discussion by Senior
V.S.Y. members on the topic ol
"Interfaith Dationg How it \t-
fects the Jewish Heritage" was
held at the meeting ol Temple Or 1
Olora Sisterhood recently. Panel-
ists Included Lynn Kaufman. Amy
Glan2, Debbie Riekles. Becky
Vaksman. Man iet Fried. Jack i
Solomon. Bonita Hartman and Ce-
cfle Pliskin. Ted Sloan. Senior
i S.Y due. tor, was moderator.
Rabbi Ralph Glixman is apir-
itual leader of the temple; Jack
l.ubin is president. Mrs Ralph
list, i serves as Youth vice presi-
dent and Mrs. Gerald Scluvarts as
Sistei hood president.
Question
Box
**t&
r.\ u \nr.i x\mi rt. i r<>\
Whj is it that when two por-
tion- are read from the wide on
particular Sabbath ii is the
prophetic portion originally an-
tigned t the aecond which is
read as the Kaftorah u( that
ilax
The "c" r I lin ol mine
given for this practice is thai thi
prophetic portion assigned to th
second reai ing for thai S I h
< (' th tent of th
si cond porl ion "I the Tot h hich
i i ha t
ith.I1 i- wot th t
ever, th ii In some c ises th
luthorities a lisatpi
p
the t n -t i eading as the Ha
t it Ih S bath.
Whj do sonic authorities for-
bid wearing Implement* ol mil1,
tarj weapon* in the synagogue*
S il i cms,ms ire ad\ anced
for this s m claim th it v,
one enters th synago ;ue om Is
to place his full confidi -
trust in the Almighty Wearing
arms in licates that one p!
i confidenc in his we ip ins
and not necess it lly In the Almigh-
ly. Some tt ce it to the Biblic i1
restriction which forbids the us.
ol mi tal t i on the altar < Exodus
_' J_'i It i> claimed thai tins
latter rjpslriction w is in ot I i
cause the sanctu iry w ls a placi
to unify men and mel il hi d the
power to disunite them through
warfare. Hewn stones were there-
fore forbidden in the sanctuary
bee,use thej came abOUl IhroU'h
breaking up the unity of the
original rock.
CAN0LELIGHT1NG TIME
19 ADAR 2. 6:15
South Miami's Mayor Block is shown presenting m
Schulemson, president of ORT's Southwest Chapter M
gery Ozner. membership vice president; Edie Wets*
president of the Kendall Chapter, and Pauhne Scudi^
membership vice president, with a proclamation rnak'M
March 18 official ORT Day. in celebration of ORT's 9&
birthday.
"V.
Principals in the annual Puiim Carnival of Temple Emanu-I
El which attracted more than 2,500 persons to the Lei
Day School this week in advance of the Apt I 5 Scl
ship Ball at the Fontaineblcau Hotel talk ovei the
weather which qreeted youngsters and pat
to right are Mr. Ted Hollo, president of the Ti
E! P.T.A.; Mrs. Louis Magid, vice chairman o! I
ship Ball; Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman: a:
Stern, carnival committee chairman.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Tzav

M Ai it ind his sons as p
"And he poured ol the anointing oil upon Aai
and anointed him, to sanctify him" 'I. 6
TZAV An elaboration ol the sacrificial Lev- -
offering, the meal offering, th. sin-offering;
pi aci iffi : ing
Moses cot secrated Aaron and Ins sons foi th<
made thi rigs "i consecration, sprinkled them with I
ol anointment, and taught them the ordci ol
And at the dooi of the tent of meeting sh
dnj -. and kei p thi charge of thi
it; tor so 1 an I" i \.< \ iticus 8

AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREOA.
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Mornt Barr. 1
AN SHE EMES. 2W3 SW 19th Av.
Conjcrv.it k. Cantor Sol Pakowitz. 2
dall Or., s Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. g
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BETH DAVIO. MM SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sot Landau.
Cantor William W. Lioaon. 4
mi and :Jo p m Ber-
a It urns lion ('ruelfli aUon
Ue i in 'Hi. Torah Lemon liar
vah Joxhua, mm ..f >(r ana
Afi old Hraun Mlncha to p m
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickaon.
Friday v;!". |i m Bpi mum, "Alone In
The World Followed bj I meg Shah-
bal SaUirila) 4:. :. in Sermon VI
Are Commanded." 5 IS p.m piiirllon
a \^iv. '. c. p m Sermi ii A Ti Ui
i ''nun.. Ildmi
Frldaj p m and i -. p m flu. il
Speaki i Judge Milton A Friedi
I iipli "Alii hollxm, Drtutii and
diction, the New Jew m
Saturdaj r H m s. rmon Th<
S< Breh Foi thi Red HMfei
i OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW loth
St. Conaervative. Rabbi Ralph Qhx-
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben An IS
,, Friday H p m S.-.lurda> ... Ban
Mllxvah: l.>i. -.. \\x ,, .,..
Man-In Murki M-ili ... rl \i.ok ..,
"i Mr and .Mr- Arthur l.lpman
TTERET,H 'SRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Ralph
YOUNO ISRAEL OF OEA'Bl
MIAMI. t90 NE 17Ut St. 0el|
Rabbi Naftali Porutn
l-"r ni.i\ i 15 pm >
n..... I'. .
U r VI
Vlr
BETH EL. "00 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
lox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
! hIhv i. |i in Saturda} I' a in Alii,, Ii.,
. : p in
ETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW
8th St. Conaervative. Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkei 8
i vi:. |i in Ducxl Speaker: Har-
old Tokayer, Conductor ol "Stara "i
lm\iil Bins ng Trnuhadoura." Tonic:
s> mi., ii.- Charlama." Followed bj
simiii.,,1 Saturday 9 m Bar
(l"-- nil I..... lid, Ron of Mr ami
Mi- Irwiii i il.is-in.oi Followed bj
.. Kidduwh
'SRAEL (TEMPLt) Ot- GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rabbi Joaeph R. Narot. 10
Friday B II p.m Bermon "The Col-
lege Slud< m From Sholnm All hi n
:., .ImImi 1:ii Ii "
C.i- -,,
14
T'rTERETH JACOa (TEMPLE). 951
E. 4th Ave., Hialeah. Conaervative
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
ZION (TEMPLE.* 8000 Miller Rd
Conaervative, Rabbi Norman N. Sha-
piro. ,6
Frldaj 16 p m 1.w. MurIi s ,1.
'::,,' '" '......'' ''' T mpl, /..,, Cht.li
.-.1 m..11 m Hong un.i. 1 id,, din
ol Slri Marjorle Frel Saturdas I
:' ; Itai Mltzvah Oary, .n ..- \i,
:""l Mm Arnold Lewi*
mgton Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
p m .in
I ': I n Si I
Uin Hun u '( .1. ivlHh 1 .'u
Th< 11 1 lu
li"ii .- VV.-eklj
I' H1I1I1 llin Mo.., ah
Vlaut Stuan 11 .1 m,--
I 81 der
HEBREW ACADEVV. T400 Pmetree
Dr. Orthodox Rabbi Alexander S
Gross. 25
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi T.bor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Engsl. 26
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KNESFTH IMAStl ,i,< -.. 2 A MOR A (T E M PLE I 44 Zn.c-l l
of,Sho7oH, ,%5^V- Dav'dELCihr,:eTde
Cantor Abraham Seif.
27
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
CORA! GABIES
JUDEA (TEMPI.Ei 5800 G'i'at
Blvd. Reform. Rahoi Morn tt
par.
Friday 11:1.> |
.-
Cantor Richard B' :
FT. LAUOtRuAlE
BETH ISRAEL .TEMPLE). W
Oakland Park Blvd Raobi S'""
Edwards. Cantor Mauncs Neu
EETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conaervative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Orazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
iKabbinical J eU
evision
Vr
V
roarama
March 29Ch. 4 8:30 a.m. The Firsl Estate.
Topic: Institutional Renewal
Moderator: Rev. Luther c. Pierce
Guest: Archbishop Ooleman F. Carroll
Partfeipanta: Rabbi Max A. Upsohitz, Both Torah
Congregation, North Miami Beach; Mggr. Brian
O. Walsh ami Rev. Edward Graham.
I iw WeNtS .\ft-r its Showlnu on <-h. 4. Program Will B-
R<|M .itiil on Ch. I at :i:0 p.m.
ManhasV-Cb. ID. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour.
Host: Rabbi Eugene Laboyttz,
Temple Ner Tamid, Miami Beach
MarchX4VOl 7, 10 a.m. The Still. Small Voice
Ilnst: Rabbi Alexander Gross, Principal
Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami.
. SSSS i- .
NORTH MIAMI
BE.IHn MSH= CONGREGATION.
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative
Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfmkel. Cantor
Ben Zion Kirachanbaum.
MIAMI BiACH
AU.?AJH ISRAE'- rW1 Carlyla Ave.
O'thodox. Rabbi laaac Ever.
BQTH'SrAE.L,.7^40,h st- Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein I8
flil -AC9,B 30'~Whin0tor. Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. S,yir.
ky. Cantor MauriceJAamchaa. 19
BETH RAPHaTl*7tEMPLE). 15*i
Jelferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kromsh. Assistant Rabbi Jeerold
Levy. Cantor David Conviaer 21
rri.lay R:U p.m. Dr Kronlah will
Hpenlc. "Journey T.. Jeruaalom
A i(..|,o,i ,, (he National Convention
of tin Central Conferanca of Amerl
nan Rabbla in laraal,". Saturday 10-48
m Oar Mlurvah: M.o, ,..... r
and Mr* Barnard Zaultuk)
f J1LLA!H_M* Eueli,J *ve. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph S. Raekovaky. 2i
C^B4AN^.ESRE.W <-<>NOREQATION.
p.L vJ.,*n,nJlon Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig. aj
EMANU-EL (TBM>s.). 1701 Wash-
NfcR TAMIO (TEMPLE). 80th St and
Tatum Waterway, Conservative
Rabbi Eugene Labovita. Cantor Ed EMANU-EL. 3245 W OakJ"' "Jl
ward Klein. j, Blvd. Reform RaBKi Ricr''1,7.f
------- ----- Leviton. Cantor Jeroma Kt-r^j
OHEV SHALOM 70S* Bonita Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineaa Weber.
man. Jc
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 4
Collma Ave Rabbi Sadi Nahmiaa. Si
CONGREGATION ETz" CHAIM, 1542
?4 WashinBton Ave. Rabbi A. Ben.
niiiai. 2
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADJAJH.VE8HU,,,JN 'TEMPLEV 102
N E. Miam Gardens Drive Con.
c.7iVJV\ wRab.b.' M",on *chl.naky
Cantor Tibor Means &
B aII^ 70_nAH .? ^,n <
Irh!;. r?M.rvat,v- "bb. Max Lip.
ach.u. Cantor Jacob Renter M
'i.i^v v is prn Hue -i s... nk.-i i: ,i,
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Will Judaism Surviv. n ;
BC A,'..RA^HA,Et*,4<" Nw I*'*
C.n,rW?i'\? R"bbi Chan.. Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. M
"lAw'neeP2^"0,.NO',TH 9tM
RVhh. b ^ 'n.d Awnue. Reform
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley. 37
Wday n ,,, 7... .....
A1" "' 1 Judaism
Cap..Ave- 0r,hod'*- Rbbl Jonah I
:r
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HALOM* (TEMPLE). 2!
St. Conservative "T.
Malavsky. Cantor lrv"n
HAUANDAIE
HALLANOALE J*EWIS ^ENTEL|
I2 NE. Fir-*
HOUYrVOOD
BETH EL .TEMPLfc, S Ij'" A,J
Reform Rabbi Samuel .! I
Krlday > !." p in Ben (
nun.-. Iteporl
lo Mlllvah K '
..ml Mm Saul S '
BETH SH>
Monroe
Morton
Oold.
SINAI (TEMPLE"* M01 j0.hB^lllJl'
Conservative. Rabbi David smP'^
Cantor Yehudah He.lDraun.
MMAMAR
fiu "Ml 1
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) ?0 s* j.
St. Conservative. RaOB' s' ,.
Winograd. Cantor Abraham j
P0MPAN0 BIACH
sholom (tempu'ei. !F6rVrA"*
Conservative. Rabbi Morr.s a. %
Cantor Michael Frederick
1 MOOAN DAVID CONGREC*
929J Harding Ave Su'H"". ,
Hall Orthodox Rabbi Isaac o ^


March 27. 1970
+Jmist> Kkr id* hi
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Bell's Facility Pro\ides
iniprox ed ("oiiiiiuinicatioiis
11|V ,.,. telephone sys- Tctal Investment In Hi.' two
rM and N''- storj briek building on N W 36tH
I
. ,,;,.,., S in M^grni Stregl is 3.3 million. This inclu.l.s
,-onvenient com- the coal of land, buildings H
.,.,- become and switching equipment,
ling to Lawrence ,n ..,..,,j,,., ,|. .,.,. ,,, lhp
>'' v "''' ''" Bl" ->-i.ii, s< rvin.....w airlii i will
ction Indep. ml' .it|j iif ti>
I -' "A- nnanu- |lon s r, ||r. t)li, lh, p HoM |
j ''"""' all of I it. rn'a ai d N I ui il'a uf:
''"-' "'' .''''''' rices in Hi.' Miami area I! as
' '" "! ""' ih ir ticket in.-, i in o
ial directly anj of |.,||i.s SUi!| M ,.-.,,, <;.,,. .,(| ki.
1;' I aud< rdale, will be linked la
nation without going
I .....raters
. ,,i its type in
item Bi II niton covers
,' ,,, a new tele- central offices which :il go
Miami Inter- Into -. rvke in Great) r Miami dur-
iai Airport The new system i V l;1T" A,,co' thirteen major al-
[ !:, 5,000 phone lines ditions il! be completed, or well
tTtwo lirlim's thus relieving underway, on existing central of-
WIi()I1 .. entral offices Hces. All these activities are pan
Jiy carrying iheir traffic. o( the phone company's ongoing
fceVpointiVl out that the build- construction program to keep
j | i ultimately hand- apace with the area's growth. The
! .lions needs irogram for South and Southeast
rt complex Florid*, this year alone, will in-
loving calling \<>l- volve spending around $135 mil-
. ;, other con Uon for new facilities, Mr, Sh
-... ii ;i SH id
facility. And, through it, thej will
i able to din etlj dial th< Ir oth. r
. ompan) offici i nal lonw Idi
This building is ih.' first '1 tout
Exterior of Southern Bell's newly completed
Central office building, located at 5275 N.W.
36th St., a two-story brick structure built and
equipped at a cost of S3.3 million, which
will ultimately handle the tele-communica
tions needs of the sprawling aiipoit complex
Home's Auxiliary to
Open Treasure Chest
bituaries
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The long-awaited day for ih.1
opt ning oi the Treasure Chest <>i
valuable and useful gifts, .1 donor
; lojecl which is the biggest source
ol Income for i hi In liter Miami
Auxiliary of thi Jewish Home foi
tin Agi 'i. has ai rived al la I It
u ill take place ai theii met ing in
I i Rubai> al Room ol Ihc Algici s
I Intel iii noon Tui sdaj
Mrs. Lawrence Silverman, the
Auxiliary's presidi nt, will give the
tsagi if w elcome; the in\ oca-
i ion ill /Mrs Martha
Isabel Grove*a Sister,
Mm ill karlaii. Passes
Win .1 has Ik n '".'. Ived here ol
Ihc death of Muriel K I Richti ri
i- ,n Ian, Lh .-is., i ..I Isab. l i Mrs,
I lowai d i i'.i <\ ol Miami B ach,
which occurred March 20. SiTvices
won leld I r Mrs Kai' in, who
'. is b practicing attorney, in N w
He, N Y S March -'L'.
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.iniu n in ilii- an a, Mi s, Kai -
il bj 11' i hus
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iii Mis. Sol Silverman, life
president and building fund chair-
man, vull make a final report on
(lie progress made in the expan-
sion program,
A snack lunehi on will preci di
the opening ol the Trtasun Chest,
vi hen holders ol the number .1
tickets will discovi r w hal lh<
matching packages contain. Mrs
Anne Tani nhaum and Mrs Rose
Roth are m charge ol reservations
for the event.
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HARRY W. BEYER through
Ins association with Lithgow
Funeral Centers can con-
veniently serve the entire
Jewish Community of South
Floiida through lithgow's
seven locations.
AH Religious
Rituals Observed
THURMOND
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Look for the only two story building in the block.
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reaches all Chapels 757-5544
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LFGAL NOiKE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. I
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1032
Frank B. Dowling
In RE: Km:,i- o(
SARA BRBGMAN
] CUM d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
eg Claims or Demands Against Said
itate
Ycu are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present snv claims ami demands
which you may have agamst the'
.Mai. of SARA BREOMAN deceased I
late the County Judges of Dads County.
and file tit sam. in duplicate and as
Srovlded in Section 733 it;. Florida !
tatutes. in their offices in the Coun- ]
t> Courthouse In Dads County, Florida,
siithin six alendar months from the
time of the fiest publication hereof,
. the same will he harred .
Dated at Miami. Florida, this ITtli
day of Man h, a i> 1970.
ELMER BREGMAN
4s Executor
First publication of this notice on
tl 80th day of March, l?o .
61MON, HAYS \ GRCNDWERG
Attorney- for Executor
: i l Atnsley Building
Miami. Florida 33132
3 2n-:T t :l-M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT" I
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-993
John R. Blanton
In RE: Estate of
ROSIA I8ABELL NEAL
Decea-.-d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
K-tatc:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the re-
late of ROSIA I8ABBLL NEAI. de-
..:tsed late of Dade t'ounty. Floridu.
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, an*! file the same in duplicate
and a- provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publica-
tion hereof, or the same will be
barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this l.ih
Bay of March, a I) l70.
BEULAH NINA BLEDSOE
As Executrix
First publication of thi" notice on
I tie 2th clay of March. 1*70.
HKNRV M HIRCH
Attorney for Executrix
1"03 Seyhold Building
Miami. Florida
______________3 20-27 4 3-lf_____________
i*oi 35- Travel-O-Trailer. ldentlflea-
'lon No. IS652S34 Title No. 6000578,
Tag No 1MH804I, will be s<.ld at
ublic auction at approximately 9
Km on the 4th day of April 1S7".
' y Tamiami Trailer Park, at 303S
S \Y Mh St., Miami Owner's name
EILEEN HUELBIG, last known ad-
dress 5Z* X E. lu'.'ih St Miami.
3'20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring > imu,
busini *s under 'lie fictitious name
it JIM \\ 11.1.1'! S SI Nil.A\H MC8IC
SHOPPES at 11425 S Dlxli H h
v...> Miami and :T".. Poi.....Is la..,
.'. iral Sables ntends to reg rt-
. .- :.. hi Clerk of thi
nil iV io i of I lad. i ount i Florida
CAULKS SINII.ANH Ml SIC
.'I. INC
KESSLER ROTH, SHERADSKY
, BECKERMAN
Applicant
- \\ Srd AVI Miami
- I :.-]
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to sngags
In business under the fictitious name
,.f DIXIE WEST APARTMENTS at
Suit. J-"'. OtlS Lincoln Road Itldc .
Miami Beach, Fla S818I intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
ih. Circuit t'ourt of Dads County,
Florida
KENNETH S ReKANT and
STSAN .1 ReKANT, i'
KENNETH N ReKANT
Attorney for Applicants
Suite 129-Oni Lincoln K.i ni.lg.
Miami Beach, Fla. 3.113!"
3 l-lt-M-M
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 70-3651
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Wll.UAM II MOQQ,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ANGELINA MOOG,
i). fendant.
in ANGELINA MOOG
;>l'4 Bronx Boule>ard
Bronx, New York
Y'ou. Angelina Mogg. are li.i.by
notified that a Action for Divorce
ha- been fil.d against you. and you
'are required to serve a COD] of your
Answer or Pleading to the a. lien
ion the Plaintiffs attorney. SOL
ALEXANDER, IS West Flagler St .
Itiscavne Building. Suite 317. Miami.
I Florida 13130 and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
th. Clerk of the Circuit I'ourt on or
before the .'.th day of April. 1"T" If
you fail to do s... judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Hill Of
Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORID1AN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida .this 17th day of February
AD 1S7".
E B I.EATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: c GOODMAN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
J/0-13-20-27
VMH0
BY HENRY LEONARD
TEMPLE CRISES: The time when no one
could open the Ark .
IfGAL NOTKt
IN THE Cll
ELEVEN-
IN AND FCR&'S'Altt
COURT 4]
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NOTICE VvpiS1
JOSE I B-BUC-
Plali
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TO: ILKA ,,]
R.
La V.I
tor AKI
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filed si
b) ? -mi-..
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LEGAL N0TKI
IEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by
virtue of Chapter 7S of Florida stat-
I Utes Annotated (19411 Warehouse-
men and Warehouse Receipts there-
in ABE VAN LINES a Florida cor-
poration by virtue of its warehouse
lien has in its possession the follow-
ing described property:
I'srd Household goods as the property .
of D. L. SHAPIRO whose last known
address was 832S Byron Ave Miami
Beach. Fla. and that on the l"th day
of April. 1970 during; the legal hours
of sale, mainly between 11:00 fore-
noon and 2:<>0 in the afternoon at
2136 N W :'4th Avenue. Miami. Flo.
rida the undersigned shall offer for
sale to the highest bidder for cash
in hand the above described property
of D I. SHAPIRO.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 13th
day of March, 1970
3 20-J7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
'he undersigned, desiring to I ngage
In buslnesi under the fictlttoui name
f PCRITY PEST Ci INTROL si 8251
S W. 124th Street, Miami. Florida
SSI56 intends to register aald name
ith :l Clerk of the Circuit Courl of
Dadi County, Florida
MARCH I". 197
Pl'RITT PEST CONTROL CO., INC
By: S. JACK LEVINS, Pri sident
MYERS, KAPLAN, PORTER,
LBVINSON K- KENIN
Attorneys for Registrant
By HI'U IN M GINSBERG
1150 s \v Plrai Street
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-834
In RE Estate of
SARAH HOLLANDER
I deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Ha> -
Ing Claim- or liemands AgaJnsI Said
Batata:
You are hereby notified and re-
qulred to present any claims and
demands which you ma> hsvi BI
the estate of BARAH HOLLANDER
deceased late of Dade County, Flo-
rida, to the County Judge- Ol Dad.
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and a.- provided in Bectlon 783 It,
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
th.- County Courthouse in Dade
County. Florida, within i\ .alendar
months from th< time of the first
publication hereof, or the ram. srtll
lie barn d.
Dated at Miami. Florida, tl.i- 2nd
da) of March, A i> 1979
SAMl'EL lim.I ANDER
JEANNE H BREITEL
BEATRICE RADIN
As Executors
First publl<'atlon of this notlci on
the 13th day of March. I97
KOMMBL. ROGERS, uikuer
: S11 EN KM AN
Attoi n..\ f.a Bxe* utors
4:1" Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Floi Ida
: i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT OIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage in
buslnesi umlir the fictitious name
,,l pot'R FREEDOMS NATIONAL
MEDICAL SERVICES CO d'ba
Kol It FREI'Di'MS MANOR at 4:'
Collins AvenSM Miami Beach. Florida
intend- to r.gi-ter said name with
ih. Clerk .f He Circuit Court of
Dad* County. Florida
F'TK FREEDOMS NATIONAL
MEDICAL SERVICES CO
IU HARRY STo.N'E. Vice President
ENOLANDBR *. BCRNETT
No l Ijn. ohi Road Bl.lg .
Miami Beach, Fla.
Attorneys for
FOUR FREEDOMS MANor
i S-13-M-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
SOTICE IS HEREBY fSIVEN that
fhe undersigned, dealt engage
ci business under the ncjltlous name
i: ri.r.v .- SCTOR at 18 N.w. Miami. Florida
'. \\, Miami Intends to register
i.. ', nami ith th.- ci. rk of the I
i .. Court I I >ade County, Florida
SCTOR & CURRY, INC.
By: Otis T. Curry, President
_ :7 l 8-10
3 20-27 t 3-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-811
1 RE: E-late of
HERMAN LEVY
: i.,-- 'i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All C.....tors and All Persons Hav-
ing claim- or Demands Against Said
te:
YOU are hereby notified and re-
quired to preaeni any lalms and de-
mands which >"u may have against
the estate of HERMAN LEVY de-
ca-ed late of Dad. County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dado Coun-
ty. Florid.,, to the County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
duplicate and a- |.-..vid. d in Section
T38.1C, Florida Statutes, in their of-
fl as in the County Courthouse In
1 ade County. Florida, within six
calendar months from th.- time of
the first publication her.. f. or the
same will be ban. 1
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 16th
day of February. A D 1*70
MAE It WILN
As Executrix
First publication of thi- notice on
tl nth day of Mar. h. 1'i7i>
MTBR8, KAPLAN. IiiKTKR,
LBVTN80N ft KENIN
Attorneys for Petitioner
i B W Flral Btrt et,
Miami. Fla
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, d< siring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
f VMTII.I'S HOTEL at 1825 Collins
Avenue. Miami Reach, Dad. County,
Florida intend- to registl r -aid name
with the cierk of th.- Clrcull Court
of Dad.- County, Florida
1831 Ci 'LLINS Ci IRP,
a Florida corporation
T1V MARVIN WILLIC. President
Lttet t HUMS POLLACK, Be. retary
MEYER. WEISS. R08BA ARK IN
Attorney- for
1821 COLLINS coup,
a Florida < orporation
:: 30-27 I 1-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
i*n business under the fictitious name
of MICHAEL-JOSEPH MANUFAC-
TI'RINO COMPANY at 336 N E 59th
Terrace. Miami. Florida intends to re-
giater -..id name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida,
HERMAN LERNER
Q BO ROB c.ll.HERT
Attorney for
HERMAN LERNER
I :<-:: 3-in
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HKRERY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enicage in
busin.-s under the fictitious name of
i IK ,nd CCSHION BILLIARD CLCB
at 512-614 N K 79th Street, Miami.
Florida Intends to register said name
With the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Made County, Florida.
IRWIN MEPOFF
Rl IBERT 1. WiiOJinERO
Attorney for Annllcant
tits..: id BUIMIng
Miami. Fiorina 33132
3/20-27 4 3-1(1
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ntkCRKES
IVIIIHLE
M. 631-4417
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt
the undcrMgned. desiring to engage
in business tnider the fictitious name
nl PAR MEDICAL BUILDING at
1S60-K4 S W J7 Ave Miami intends
to register- sail! name with the Clerk
to the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
1'KDRO A. RAMnS
3.41-13-20-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COLRT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 86393
In RE Estate of
El Sli: G Si ll\\ ALL
......i-..I
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
To ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECE-
DENT
You are hereby notified that < v rl-
ten instrument purporting to Ih the
la-t will and testament of said de-
cedent has beei admitted probate
in -aid i'ourt You if'- herebj
manded a'ithln >:\ calendai n
from the date of the first publlcai n
of this notlci to appear in said Court
and show cause, if any you can, \Oiy
the action of said Court in
ting said will lo probati should .. t
^..i >i unrevoked
FRANK B DOW LINO
c.-untv Judge
By: l^HS F PABTORFIELD
clerk
1'AI.L.iT Pi ilM'ELL. HiiRWICII
A: Hi inDMAN
Attoi nays
I '."4 Alfred 1 dul'ont ltullding
Miami. Florida S3131
First publication of this notl
the nth day of March, 1870
(Circuit i'ourt Stall
3 18-20-27 t 1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 70-4031
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HARRY II JACKSON.
Plaintiff,
vs
VERA OWEN8 JACKS- iN,
Defendant. ,
To: VERA OWEK8 JACKSON
466 Candler Street. N E
Atlanta, tieorgia
You. VERA OWENS JACKSON
are hereby notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, MAX A GOLD.
farm. if. West Flagler street, Miami
Florida and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office ,,f the Clerk
of the circuit Court on or before the
14th day of April. 1 |.7u If \,,u fail to
do so. judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the niii f Complaint
TTiis notice shall be publish, d once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.OHIPIAN
..1rM,>'K and orderld at Miami,
mo v "' M'"''' A "
E R I.EATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit ( oun. Dade County Floi d
By: <\ P. COPELAND
,c. .. Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MAX A (iOLDFARR
IS West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
3.13-20-27 4 3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-54*
In RE BstaU ol
UERTHA W LW Kit CHAPMAN.
1.....I" 'I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
, \ || i : ii i- and All Persons Ha% -
. is hi.- l" manda Agalnsl Said
EstMtl .
You an '.'. .1 ifled and re-
.,u d to I K i lalms at d
demandi* ^i ih you maj havi nfainst
th. .-tat. BERTH \ w BAVER
.'11 M'M \N ... a ..I late nf Dads
Ci u >. Floi !' to 11,. Count
Dads Cou | .' 'i til.- the sam<
dupl i > i rided In s
T Ii i Statutes, in theli
I. I 'out i i nuac in
Dade Con Florida, within
. .) .' in ilo tin.....f
i i -t i in Ii. atlon hen of, or the
-..-> All]
I : Florida, this Ith
da) ol Mi 1) i7
\\ n !: I w CHAPMAN
I \iio.i Istratoi
pul of this i tlce on
:' Ih day ol Man h, 1970
SHEI DON N I ELCHI K
Attoi Administrator
II w Flag er SI Sum. i
Mial I
:i 13-20 -T I .t
NCTiCE UNDER" ,
FICTITICtSNAVEii.l
NOTICI ~ "'
the u: : _.
in bu-ln. -
of LA Rl '.
Palm Ave. H.. I
er -., ..1 T
Cln nit Court !
CARNOR eri
'
I.Ki iNARD K.< -M
Attorn, y
l Miami. Pis
' :
NOTICE UN
NA
NOTICE IS I
the under i i
business u
SHIRJ Ii. !
203 Dm.
to registi
of th.- Circuit
Florid..
JACK KANE
J DAVID I III
Attorn. \
SHIRJAC PRi I
MS Uncoli I i
Miami It.
DER FICTITIJ
E LAW
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IN THE CC-NT> JLOGESC
IN AND rcR DADECOUW
FLORIDA in PR0B*T
No 70-664
In RE 1
GEORGE J
De. ease.
NOTICE to cbe: TOB
To All Cn
Ing 'lain -
, Estali
Y.u an
1 ed to pt- -
hi. b v ii I
tat. of HI ''I
ceased
to the i
i d fib
p|o\id.d
Itei
:\ i m

th.
of, "r tl.-
Dat.
( Jl.ii
Mil
Fli -'
MILTON l.
I
:
I
4
I
i s
-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engagi
I In businest under the fictitious nam<
of EL Hi...:, DE SAN LAZARO ,.i
' S VV -lb Su. si, Miami. I lade
County, Florida Intends lo r.-ni-t. i
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Curt of Dad.- County, Floi Ida.
i AMIGUS SI PERMARKET, INC
vKMANImi RoDRUil'Ey. President
; liter m Lopez
I Attorney for
4 AMIGOS Sl'PERMARKBT, INC
III Ainsley ltu l.ling
Miami. Florida
i U-tO-17 4 I
NOTICE UNDER
n FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEKE1IY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in buslnesi under the fictitious njmes
d \',K\ ,:" B MARKS. M D MEYER
I. MARKS MD. PA at 3:13 Arthur
(Mlfrey Hd Miami Hea< h intends to
register said names with the Clerk
'.. ,r r'rojn Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MSI Lit It MARKS. M D.,
-...... ''"'fe'slonal Association
BPARBER, R08KIN A
HE1LBRONNER P A
Attorneys for A|.pii. ant
to" N lllscayne Hlvd.
Miami. Fla
3 lt-tO-37 4 3
in the coi -DGE.5;_
IN*'.: 0EC."
"IDA
IS pcoBATE
N
johs b blan*:n
In RL I
EM 11.1 SI
:""n6->ce -ocredi-oI
To All Cn
Ing CIs n
Estati
You I
.-.I to pn -
u-hl. h you ,\1
tat. i
1
rida. to ih<
Count; sml
and a- pi
Florida SI

the c. unt> I
,y. Fl. *
from th. "in'
I
NOTICE UNDER
,. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notkf is HEREBY OIVEN that
the uiidrrsiKuMl. desiring lu engage
in mutness under the fictitious name
ii ,'*v\,'w| ^i:-MARKKT at nun.l.-
V, .:) Avenue. In th. c.tv of
ii mi Florida, intend to register
!' said iiam. with th.. C|,.rk of the
Clnuit < ourt ..f Dade County, Florida
,lv 7 v." Ml-""l. Florida, this Mh
nay of Mar. i> |7o
THOMAS E COOPER
Attorney for Applicant
1410 Congress Luil.lmg
Miami. Floi
3/20-27 4,3-10
tlon hereol
Dated
da) of M ii
ii \
\ Em ui
First | ul
the !oth di > ol
MARSH 1 ll.l -",'
Attorney for Ih. I -
71'14-A 8.V*
Mismi. Floi Id. i!-l
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
solicit, youi iegai W
W aFFiecia,e 3,
patronage end gaj"-
accurate sen-ice ff i-|
rates ... -
Dial 573- m
fo, newer get **


March 27, 1970
+Jen1sl> fbrldimr
Page 11-C
NOT'CE UNDER
'"*',,ed desiring <"''
*""*" ,,r -he flotltlaeM UM
&"crafts !L"
atom!
rrrtsKf "
,-( 'h--. <"' "
nil
Beach, Pin.
.1 name with "'
Court nf Dalle
^^m;s,NKss
,N |.i:sm:n ,N
, BDBLMAN.
President
,.. Hide
- a ; 20.J7 |
NOTICE UNDER
IICAI NOTKI
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70 824 (Oowling)
In KB: Estate ..f
S \M1FI. IIOTWIN
ll, ll.cd.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona ll...
ing Claims or Demands Aajalnal Said
Bsiat. :
xou ;irr hereby notified and requir-
a in present any laims mid demands
u1a.li >..u ui.i> li.iw aaoUust the en.
air of SAMPKI, BOTWIN deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, u. the
county Judge* of- Dam county, and
id, ill. -..in. in .luidi. ate und ;is pro-
vided In Section 73.1.it;. Florida Slat-
Ulea, "i their ofncea In the County
Courthouse In Dada County, Florida,
within vi\ calendar naanlhi from the
tlmi of tin- first imldii ii'n. i. hit.
UGAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
UGAl NOTICE
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 70-51 (Parker)
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
BBS MATCHBTT.
Plaintiff,
r'l."llA II MATCHBTT, ,
Deft ndanl
TO KI.OKA I! MATi'HBTT.
tin Charles Street
Oaldhoro, North Carolina
You. 1 -TjfllA 1! -.MATCH ETT.
h. v. b) notlfii .1 ll .. ii Hill ..f c
iii-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No. 70-4968
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
OliCA i.i.ki: \
Plaintifl
A.NOEI. M I.LEHA.
Defendant
TO BP ANOKI. M I.I.KI:A
1" s -.:;.'.s| v;'. SVC HTKY
ltd BARTY
Fort Rile). Kansas
,.l for Divorce has been filed | hvYou AN'OB'' sl WJ5RA. are here-
' n 'u anil > iu bi required <
i r\ .< i npj
ng to thi Hill
f. Plaintiff* Hi ton i
ui An*u r >.i p|i hiI-
f Complaint "n th*-
joiin !: iiAK-
fictitious name l I or the -nut. wjlt I* inrnd. SETT, BMQ 317 |ti.aync Ruildling,
,,-K IS HBHKHt rH\E> inai Dated nl Miami. Florida, this 17th 19 Wist Plagl Klor-
ring rnguge ,i.c) ,,, March. AH l*7 ids tl file Die oriRinal An-
"',"','Ti ?i"2S -MAKV BOTWIN r or PI.
u iRfatliiiBK As Bsecutrli era of the Circuit Court mi in bi
\ w ;lst r.-i I.-,,-' publication of nils fon M 17th tlaj of vpril I9"n n
ntemlK re- the ;oth day < Marph, 1.. 1. .
I, !,. i-lrrk of, K1SHMAN FBIN til ..t,, 1 1 vou foi
. 1.... i. county.
INC
IV' at
I
I
tlrrult i
SAKHB^
K....W.
{ r...
L 11 wc
. ; Inn
9-2TJJ
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
LF, ,- is HKIIKIO 1.in BN lhl
Li__......I .!-: ill turaare
First publli atlnn ..f Ifils 1 oil
thi- -I'Hi day if March.
KIS'I.M W FEIN
A orneys foi Kaet utl ll
i_ 1 1 ,lm ..in Road ,\i lami ll<... i.
I
la
' 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
Cate No. 70-38.,8
NOTICE OF SUIT
M \i:n> is 1 iz.
Plaintiff,
vs
M \i:tma I'hI.it 1:1 :/.. .. k .i
,1 am< it.-i.-n.i
ba,?; r.\CKI K 1-AI.EH at 1J TO
Ifluleah, Rorida
rir mi Court . .-
hi xri K PETIT
IT BKII1 BWJ
UK .KY PETTT
llu Id 1
m.1.11.-.. I MAKTHA l'"I.IT .1. 1:11/
Rl IZ.
NOTICE OF ACTION
^E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DE COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No n 4417
SlflT FOR DIVORCE
K K1I.KKN HI"_\TT\ .
,:y. PAVIU IIBATTY,
ndanl
_ I'VT
r.Ei'Ht'.K ii win hk \ 1 n .11:
I"
iii
. \. v, 1. -. >. in
KCK |i \". IU HBATTT
'.. Ii.ll ..(
jl Ihh n fib-d
1' ., u quired '"
Pli id-
in th.
I..... '.'- /A MI'T A
f BuildlnK.
. ihi nriir-
I'll ihe of)
, ,. ,.,,. 1 01
i ivTi. It
-. .1. fault
the re<
I Hie llllj of 1". 111 -
.published onra
UI M'eekf
F [XiRiniAN
1 IfKli at Miami,
n Ii. A n
MAKTHA lltl.IT .1
.. k 11
\1 \HTI1A llil.1T HIIZ
l^- \ I 1 1 ., .1.. .- -t
. iU } ...|U 1. V- ll.lili'l
YMT M1B IIRR1IBT SOTTFtfSO-
ili.tt 11 cimplaliit has b* t-n tiled BaTBinst
v..u by the Plaintiff in iba above-
styled rauaa and Court for I In purnnw i
"f annulling and Kettlns aside Ihe 1
marriaaT* between the ttbove-meniion-
ed Plaintiff and !> nd ll
' VOI' AUK HBREHV NOTIFIED
ti. mt\i a oopy of your Anawer plt-adlna: on Plaintlfrs attorney!
K M'l.AN- .mil SHAPIRO, 1674 Marl-
ih.ui Avenue Miami Reach, Florida,
r"i. and file tin oriitlnal Answer "r
IPltailliiK In the Office ol the I'l.rk
i.f tin- said Court ..n or before th- ^rd
.|..> sf April, i'"" If >"U fstl '.. do
-. a Default Judgment will be en-
tered nmmal you for Ihe. relief
nought in thi- Complaint
WITNB88 m> hand and -i.il of
, i| Court a) I'll.- County, Florida,
1 -.1 das .' Mil" h, !!>?
K II I.KATHBRMAN
. rrk of thi 1 'Iri'Uit dmrl
B) M VWJI'KRITK KENT
11. |.u- \ i. l>
3
fore Ihi 17th da) Vprll 19711 H
! to ,l,. -i. ludgmi in h\ .1. -
I you foi Ihe
1I1 matiili in Hi. Rill .! 1 'om

noii.i ill hi piii I
for foui pcutlvi
in Til K JEW ISH l"l ORIDI \ \"
l >VB l.NIi iRDKRED 1 I Miami,
1. tl Ith d Man h A I
n
: n 1 BATHERM \ 1
11 1 jri !,.
R) \| VIUtl'BRITB KENT
I nut) 'Ii 11,
. 1 :iri uti 1 '..u'' Si .ii 1
JOHN E UASSETT, ESQ
117 Hi^< avm rir
19 West I'l 1Kb r Rtn 1
i I11 1313(1
Ittorui f for P
I 1
1 Hill ..I Complaint
I., t-n filed against
required to servi ..
leading t
1 thiit
for Dlvor. has
you, and you an
"i.v nf your An
tin I' M "i Complaint on the Plaintiff
i-y, ;i:i iVEH CIMENT VVEIN-
STEIN A SI VI'HER, P v tr.n l.ln-
lii 1: lad, Miami lleni h, I .
'i I ; I A 1 "i- i'|. ad
lug in llu .in of the 1. 1 of the
Cli ul Cnuri or i.. foi Ihe l'mI.
tla) of April, 1971 it you Fall to do
llll Mill I"
1 l-lief dl ni.iinl.'il
hi 1I1. 1 : 'ontplllint,
i lied nm
i'i-UI I -
HE IEW IS I Kl tRIDIAN
I" INE W|. iRIlERED ;H Ml Itnl
h 'In of Man Ii .\n
B II I B VTHER.M IS, 1
lit Court 1 ':' 1 11 l'l"i Ida
H) I. KNEBDKN
1 nut j 1 .. 1 k
11 'iri uli 1"'.in-, s. .ii 1
SH ERM \ \ SI Ai IIER
::. iVBII 1 'I M KNT \\ EINSTEIN
ft ST Ml'Kl: P \
ii Road,
Miami Reach K
Alt..1
1 in 1:
NOTICE UNDEr
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
n'itiij: is iii;ia-;[;v qivhN that
the undersigned, desTrli 1: i" -m
husim s* uiideT the rictltlous name of
RMPI.OY.MKNT CITV at 493 NK
lt.7 St., N. Miami Reach, I'l.i 1 I
.. registei -.1.1 1...in. with Ihi Clerk
of :h.- Circuit 1 'oui I of I...di .' ui '
Florida
HERBERT )'. rw ICI.DEN
:i i:i-_"'.7 1 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is iii;ui:i.Y OIVEN that
the undersigned, oWlrlng to "-..-
In business Dndi r Ihi titlotl
' ..t SPN-OR MMIH s nt I" N W I e
.t-n Road f43nd Avenue), Miami
Plot 1I.1 intends to HKister -.nd name
with the Clerk .t the Circuit Court
..1" 1 lade 1 'ounty Fk
Ii >SEP1I RENNETT,
IVCORPORATBlD, Soli Owner
[ KAI Pll i: RTAYBR
i \ttorm ) for
I OS I I'll RENNETT INC
".7 1 '.
f VN. Clerk
r Klorlda
Ij 1' I1 COPBI \ Mi
I 11 -
1 '
E COLNT (s COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA--IN PROBATE
No. 70-S27


I
'
"1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I
Hel I
1 ;U 'I
1 di mands
it.nii-t the ;
St i| t>M< >V mi .1 iR \sil de-
1 unti I'l.'i Ida,
i....t. County,
.1 |il ti and .1-
Florida
In tli. ii is In ih. '.'ici
'"" l'..1. Coui ly, FI01 -
""n lai in.".Hi- from
"^ "' ul at Ion here-
' .in- .nil 1... barred
w "" uum ,"'"''' ihi mtii
"' March \ u 1970
rU>RENCB IIORBIN8
An K\.'i ul ri\
PUhlai,., ,., thi. ,,,.,.
11 iliiv nl March, I97H
A EPSTEIN
*> fur I
""In Ri -I
Beach, Ktorlda S3IM
3/13-JO-I7 4 3
7NCr,0^Jv JUDGE'S COURT
Kirn/0" DADE COUNTY.
'"-ORIDA IN PROBATE
rtateTf t0H7-e
"tl'DBVITZ
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
,:'', I Ml Person. Har-
"ms or Demanda Againal Said
iSmml ':,""""' ""' "*-
' vnu L, \ :"m- and di tnands
"'".' .'lL-:,ii..l II,. ,
-.d
ii. to the 1
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA -. AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
Cate No. 6i-182?5
CIVIL ACTION
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
\ \\.-\ [H't'KWI 'I.TH.
PI.in
PAI I. DFCKWORTH
I.. 1. .
Tl Mr Paul I'U' kworth 1 1-
lv,ul III 1 an
. ,. Arthur Mun ..\ Stud

1',,-'. \i .. '1
Votl PAII. DI'fKWi 1 in 'I
hi i. b).....hal It'll "i '
1 '
t vou. am 1 iiuln
. ., op) n Ul I ir Plf.l
the Kill of Co I
I 1 I ; s 11 >M A N A
IIOl.TZMAN. I
.... -"
\ r .! Pli th'
f the I 11 Court 11
1 ih 1
U tl
,," .. .. i
ill. rellel dem aded Hill "'
..nil.1
..'.. hall PUbli
,.,k for foui n-
,11 -1 HE JEW ISH I I ORIDIAN
IM>NK V M' ORDERED
r |, thi, 18th da) t>l Man Ii AD
1970
I; R I BATHKKM IN, ''N-k.
Circuit Court Dad* Couniv, PI.....la
B) MAltnii'itrn: h BNT
|..pulv 1'li-rk
.. 11 11 .Ul S- ill
I COOl >M VS .< Hi -I KM VN
'..... i 'onoord Bulldli 1
Miami FI01
Vi rne) foi Plaintiff
21 111.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
v. .in 1. is II' REDY HIVE?
11 ring to cm
i,u under the fid U' imi l
THE VDDED TOI'CH "' Col-
\ ., 11. 1: ,; llarl oui BI' 1 Ida In
tend 10 rcglsti lid
f the Clrcu.....I :-
Coui I Fl
STEPHEN R WINS
lil.BNN w H1I1EUMAN
1 13-211 .: :
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-746
GEORGE T CLARK
' RE Ei ti.....
, \\ 11,1 I \.\| SCHWARTZ
[>ii... .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I V.-d it or- .1 All Pi rsons Hal
Ing 1 lalm or Demands Agalnsi Said
Eat ate:
You ore hi "i.v 1 otlfied und riuir
' to 1......H .. i) latins and tb mi ndi
\. hn ii you ma) hn\ igal'nsl ihi
lati WII.I.I VM si-liu \l:i z de.
.. .d lute of I i.nl. 1 'ountx. I'lorida. |
; to n.....int; Iu'Ik' I t...i. 'ounl)
d fill thi mi "1 dtn .1 ..- '
; prin 1.1. .1 in s.. lion ; :' Hi, FI01 di
Statutes, in Us 11 the Com
m Courthouse in Dade County, Flo-1
1 n.1.1. isitliii \ lar months from
. -1 mil.ii".. lion I
. if, ..'.;,. I be bai rod
Hat. .1 .. Miti ml I'l.....In, 111
1 11 \ \ 11 I-;.1
CM I IN E St'llH VR1 /
\ Co-ExecutrlX
nul.li at Ion !
the lit I
SPARItFR, "' -SKIN VXD
II III Hit' '. 1.1:
I'll' IFES SU ISA I. A SKI I Al iN
Vltoriu-ys foi I :s.. 11
II i- llou
:
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS IIEI'.EHV OIVEN thai "v
virtue of Chapter 67s ->f Florida srs -
ir. Annotated (1M1) Warehous< -
men and warehouse Receipta where-
Alti: VAN LINES ;i Florida co -
porgtlon by virtue of its wafehou
in 11 tins in it- poaaeevion the rolltri
n.K ili-siriin'il property:
1 sid Household goods ..- Ihe properti
of .MARY HRADWE1J. w*oae_ laat
Kin.wo address waa 3957 N.M 53 S'
Miami. Florida and Hint on tin ITrh
day of April. I91t during tilt leajl
hour* ..f aa:e, malnl) between ll.....
forenoon and J "" in Hie afternoon ll
3134! N W. L'4th Am iU' Miami, Fl-
rida the undemlgned .11; 11 offer I 1
Kale to thi highest bidder for cash
in hand tl" nlH". di i" .1 pi
pert* .f MARY BRADWEI.I.
Dated :.' Miami, Florida this 13 ii
da) of Mai
:: 27 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-248
In RE: 1: lati nl
SAM 11:1 A IIER' I
I.. ..-. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hi
I .. .... : tl Aim I1SI >
Estate:
Vou ire hereh) ......fied and 1
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY CIVIL mCTION
No. 70-5180
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ll.CMl.N.VDA V A I.I.Al IARES
Plaintiff,
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-229* (Christie)
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
C F.IH'AHIsi INBlONARES
Plaintiff,
HILDA MANSt'K INSIONaVREB
Defendant
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VIM', HILDA MANSlll I
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT rot RT OFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO 69-182'3
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DONE VNU ORDEREH I '
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Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE C:Cl'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADECOLNTV CIVIL ACTION
NO 70-3705
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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filed agalnat you, and vi.u .m requir-
ed I., serve a copy of your ivnrt.n
defenses, if any, to it "t> BERNARD
P UOLDFARB, the PkalnUITs
t..111.1, whoso address 1- Suite
780 n W :?th Avi nue, Miami,
on or before April M ''" '
the original uith th. Clerfc
Circuit Court either before
on Plaintlfrs attorne) or Immediate!)
thereafter; otherwlae < default will '
entered aaalnst you for the rellel di
mandsd in the complaint or petition
Isi.NH AND OKDEKED 'I Miami,
Florida, this l-th day "f Mart* A n
ttta
K H LBATHBRJMAN, '^'.r1-
Clrcull court. Dade County. K
By: MAROIl BR1TR K BNT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Baal)
BERNARD P tiol.DFAHR
Attorney fur Plaintiff
Suite UiO, 720 N W' '-'7th Avenue
.Miami, Florida Mitt
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-3-L2
In RE Batati 1 I
MILTON WASHERMAN
'' NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AM Oedltora and All Persona Ha*
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Miami, Florida
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IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JO*. CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 70-3407Duval
AMENDED
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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l'i ..tiff.
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Defi inlaiit.
TO WTHi'NV BASIL IPPOUTO
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are required to ti1.. your answer lo
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:l copy thereof upon, HBRMAN
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iff 1310-11 Congreaa Hldg., Miami.
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By: M Mti.TKlt'TK- KENT
Deput) Clerk
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NOT'CE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-5050
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
\ I Y K V VIA N Y.
Plaintiff,
lit VNNE K VVI VNY.
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, .. Hel-in.i I .1 I ....-
1 .171. Silver I eke Road
Undi 1. Michigan 48504
You JO ANNE K A VIA NY. are
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pialni Home) (KM11 >M AN &
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24th day of April, ^'' if >"" fall '"
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you f..r the relief de
manded In Ihe Bill of Complaint.
ti n notlci ahall be nubllahed once
.-a,-h week for four consecutive weeks
,11 I'HI- JEW ISH I'l ORIDIAN,
DONE VND ORDERED at Miami
Florida, iin- -'"'i' diiv of March a r>
1970
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Miami 1 'la smsn
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*Jeisi)Fhridlan
Frid
ay. March 27
Miami Happenings
Auction Central for t h. 2 TV
has been officiallv opened in the
Merchandise Mart, which has
provided ample office and stor-
age space for the goods to be
sold during the fifth annual
fund laising event, which begins
in 51 days.
Don Kaplan, president of the
Flaglrr Inwurancr Agency, was
the recipient of a special award
from the Travelers Insurance
Co. recently. The award was
presented by Travelers' presi-
dent. Roger W ilkins. at a Boca
Raton Country Club dinner, for
being the leading volume life
insurance producer for 1969.

Dr. Morris II. Man. of Cedars
of Lebanon's Department of
Surgery, will direct a postgrad-
uate seminar on Surgical Ther-
apy sponsored by the hospital
this weekend. Major topics will
be the future of organ trans-
plantation, the management of
transplant patients and cardiac
resuscitation.
The" 1 oard of directors of
Fnited Bincsharcs of Florida,
Inc., has (Iceland a dividend of
15 cents per share, payable on
March 31 to stockholders of rec-
ord March 25.
The affiliation of Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital's department
of obstetrics and gynecology
with the University of Miami
School of Medicine has been for-
mally implemented. S. K. Bron-
stein. executive vice president,
has announced. Dr. Wayne S.
Rogers, chief of the Cedars Aca-
demic Service of obstetrics and
gyp.ee logy, will be in charge of
the program.
State Rep. D. Robert Graham
has been appointed to a nine-
man Task Force on State wide
Planning for Higher Kducation
by Oregon's OOV. Tom Met all.
chairman of the Education Com-
mission of the Slates. The Task
Force will develop interstate
programs for the planning of
community junior colleges, uni-
versities, post-secondary voca-
tional programs and indci>en-
dent college and universities.
The appointment of Maurice
V. Adams as director of Acquisi-
tions and assistant to the chair-
man of the board of Pershing
Industries, Inc., has been an-
Wilno's Passover
Delicacies Kosher
Corned Beef. Salami. Frank-
furters and Bologna manufactured
by the Wilno Kosher Sausage
Company of Chicago, one of the
oldest and largest manufacturers
of 100'; kosher beef delicatessen
products, will be available at your
local il-alers in time for Passover.
Wilno Kosher Delicacies have
been on Pnssovi r tabl< s coast to
coast for the past 77 years. They
are prepared under the strict su-
pervision of Rabbi Ben Zion Ros-
enthal and two mashgichim. an
assurance that everything is Ko-
sher for Passover in accordance
with the ritualistic tradition.
Wilno has established a reputa-
tion across the nation for its ex-
cellent, tantalizing and delicious
pure beef products during the past
three quaitcrs of a century. The
same tender care that goes into
these products all year round goes
into the B'logna, Frankfuitcrs.
Corned Bt I f and Salami prepared
especially to make your Passover
more enjoyable.
nounced by its board chairman.
Maurice Kevitz. who has just
been elected to succeed his
the first incumbent in the the
brother. Phil Revitz. as president
Of the firm. Mr. Adams was a'so
, I, ,-t. d to the Iwacd Of directors.

Arthur MickrKon. a journalist
in this area for the past 8'
years, has joined the Coral Ga-
i-i, s based public n latiems firm
of Everett A. Clay and Associ-
ates. Mr. Mickelson has served
in the sports department of the
Miami Btach Sun ami the Miami
Herald, and his experience in-
cludes spoits broadcasts on ra-
dio and tel. \ laion. He will con-
tinue to operate his Free Lance
Sports of South Florida.
The dbtingol^ '
Dr. Marsh.,,1 sk*,**
Brandeis I Blve^^
men.,,:
date x... ,. s
thefns, ,ntir>j
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in Judaii -
Take El Al's
passover
to Israel
Pass over London, Paris, Rome and Athens.
El Al has more non-stop flights from New York to Israel than
any other airline. .
Or if it's London, Paris, Rome or Athens you want to
go to, don't go away.
We have stop flights leaving every day but Friday,
and those are the stops.
El Al also flics between more than a dozen other cities all over
Europe, Africa and the Near East.
We wouldn't blame you for being surprised that El Al
goes to Nairobi and Addis Ababa.
In Nairobi, some people are surprised we go to New York.
fl Eor reservations, call" your travel agent or
EB EL AL Israel Airlines,
1602 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach 632-5441


wood will h Rabbi Solomon Schiff on the sub-
ject of "Orthodox Judaism in The
20th Century" Sunday at 9:,10 am.
Rabbi Schiff. director of Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's Com-
munity Chaplaincy Service, also
serves as executive vice president
of the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami, a position he has
held since 1964. He is chairman of
the Bureau of Jewish Education's
noard of license and a member ol
its board of directors. A member
of the Rabbinical Advisory Coun-
cil of Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service, he also lectures at
I'-M's Department of Religion, the
Mt. Sinai and Jackson Memorial
Schools of Ntirsini'.
Rabbi Schiff, one of the origi-
nators of the "Man to Man" inter-
faith TV program on Ch. 2. now
si 1 n on Ch. 4 under the title "The
First Estate," is a member of its
advisory committee.
Weizman's View
Stirs Up Storm
(Continued from Page 1)
and Israelis crowing instead of
diminishing. "The Arabs will ad-
vance." he says, "but so will
we." He does not think there is
anything the Russians can do
to make the Egyptians a real
threat to Israel in any future
war. "There are answers to all
the improved technological mili-
tary equipment they are likely
to furnish to the Egyptians," he
said.
The political thesis that lies
at the core of his conservative
ideas cause him to dismiss Is-
rael's lack of numbers as a po-
tential source of weakness. "One
oi the great forces that pushed
Jews back towards Israel," he
xplained, "was the fact that
they were a minority in each
country in which they lived. It
is always a tiny minority among
minorities who do great th, -
the majorities always do a
things."
Certain to provoke cons:
able hostility abroad. Gen. W :-
man's ideas are also unpalata:.-'
to a large majority of Isra is.
The establishment regards him
as wildly Irresponsible, a 1
less nuisance, and not to be tak-
en too seriously. They do )t,
however, underestimate his ca-
pacity to make things very a
ward for his colleagues in t v
government. He is viewed a-
great soldier with no political
future, the clamor of bell
war hero will do little to
vance bis political career. A d
most Israelis are believed t
sufficiently mature in I
judgment to be able to di-t -
guish between the role oi <
politician and that of a sole .
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Volume 43
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Number 13 j

Policies MUST Be Based On Truth
The United States government is obviously taking a
calculated risk in its latest policy statement denying more
planes for Israel. The hope, remote as that may appear
today, is that the Soviet Union will come to its senses and
call a halt to the dangerous arms race in the Middle East.
There are enough escape clauses in Secretary Rogers
"statement," we believe, for the U.S. to fulfill its moral and
legal commitment to Israel without guestion if, as may be
expected, thai same commitment continues to be violated
by the Soviets.
However, while there would seem to be no cause for
hysterical outbursts at this time, attention should be called
to what seems to be a distorted sense of values on the
part of the present administration which is illustrated by
policies on such two seemingly diverse matters as planes
for Israel and pay increases for postal employees. There
is an old axiom that things equal to the same thinq are to
each other which President Nixon, in dealing with Israel
and the underpaid government workers, has twisted to
indicate that things not equal to the same thing are now
equal to each other.
To place Israel, with its handful of people arid limited
armaments on an equal (let alone "superior" as is claimed)
basis with the huge Arab nations and their unlimited
supply of arms from Russia, is to ignore the reality of the
Middle East picture and to paint a totally false one. To
ask underpaid government workers not only to accept a
low living standard and, in the name of inflation, suggest
the postponement of even a small raise for a year, is to
show equal callousness, for this was not requested of the
higher paid government workersincluding the President
and the Congress when they received their very sub-
stantial raises this year.
This is where the concern of the American people
must be in considering the attitude of our government to-
ward the great issues of the day, whether it be Israel,
postal pay or whatever- that its policies be based on
morality and truth in its dealings whether at home or
abroad.
We're Proud Our Goals Are Different
It was no surprise when the Greater Miami Section
of the National Council of Jewish Women resigned recently
from the Dade County Federation of Women's Clubs. We
know of no group in our American organizational
structure- Jewish or non-Jewishwhich has stood more
firmly for the rights of all people and against discrimina-
tion in whatever form it takes.
The refusal of the Women's Federation leadership to
change the constitutional bar to black women's organiza-
tions affiliating does no credit to them at this point in our
history. The stated purpose of the Federation of Women is
to unite organizations to work together for all humani-
tarian, educational and civic work," and what a mockery
those words become when color is one of the yardsticks
used to judge "unity."
The Federation's president was very right when, in
expressing her regrets over the Council action, she said
"We realize that their goals and objectives have been dif-
ferent from ours." The Jewish community is proud that this
is so.
The Music Of Israel: Ingathering
From Purim to Passover has a musical beat that
matches the blues song that begins "From Memphis to
Mobile," but we doubt that was what the National Jewish
Music Council had in mind when it set this period to ob-
serve the 26th Annual Jewish Music Festival.
Theme for the months will be in recognition of Is-
rael's new eminence as a musical bridge to Jewish people-
hood. The Music of Israel: Ingathering." Programs are
being offered throughout the community during the month
and they should be well worth attending.
Comment
Fop the time brtnt;because
the tvue is Jiwt not goine; to ro
.,vI would like to wind tip
thin discussion of the future of
the public school* as it affect*
the Jewish community. Call me
biased, but I can think of no
one better to Rive a particular
point ol view than Rabbi Joseph
R. Karot, president of the Rab-
binical Association and the
American Jewish Committee. He
has given me i>ermlssion to re-
print the following article which
appears in this wk's issue of
the Temple Israel Bulletin.
Everything that follow* this is
his:
The tumult attending the pub-
lic school! is bringing with it
some rash and frantic actions.
among them the desire on the
part of many t abandon the pub-
lic schools, to pronounce them
virtually dead in terms of a
decent education for America's
children, and to rush Into the
formation of private schools
The motivationi among Jews
to create these parochial or all-
day schools vary. Some are
frankly convinced that the mass
influx of black children and black
teachers will bring about a
deterioration in the results of
the educational system. Others
are ready to use this eris
American public .schools is in
opportunity to improve the Jew-
ish and religious content of the
schooling for their children And
orhi are openly eager In I ike
advantage of the strong possibili-
ty the State and Federal money
will soon be available to private
schools. And a few parents and
citizens at large feel that this
is the hour to do somethtnu
nstractive for the very gifted
children who are lost in the
mass public educational system,
I am not unmindful of
anguish some parent- gen
fc.-l for the fad thai their
childen may be subjected I i
physical danger in a chaotic
school condition. I certainly am
for strengthening the Jewish
knowledge and Jewish loyalties
in as many of our childi en as
we can And th logic of doing
something for the especially en-
dowed child is compelling. While
the reasoning thai if all others
are going to gel state and Feder-
al help in education, we Jews
may as well benefit from the
same program is understandable
if not particularly noble.
Tli it revolutionary changes
arc coming to our notions of
education, as to all areas of our
lives, is beyond debate. I cannot
cling to my admiration for the
public school as I knew it in
my boyhood just because I am a
happy "product of it II is clear
that many children today are
not helped by public education.
|u*I as there wen' many whom it
failed in the past even though I
was not then aware of it.
I do suggest, however, and in
spite ol all these considerations,
that for us to bury the public
school now. at this moment, and
to turn our backs upon it. is to
fall not only a system that, while
far from perfect, was more suc-
cessful than we are now willing
to say' To run lrom the public
school today is to fail millions of
young children of ill faiths and
i -. indeed, it is to fail the
American dream itself. In run-
ning, we join all the foes ol thai
dream and dose our books on an
America that may not then re-
turn for gene "atiorts or centuries,
i! ever,
Was this an empty dre im ?
Wat it in Illusion? Generations
ol Jewish students, of other re-
ligious and ethnic groups, as
well In fact, as Negro students,
attest to the success of the
school, to the common
ground of American idealism and
culture which it Instilled In all
these children Now we are look-
ing fo i ipegn it for Amerl-
a ills ,nd we are ready, some
of us. to Inei iminate the public
school. The public school can
no bettei. nothing can tter
than the society in which it is
ind by which it is nout ishe '
\ cii t\ fattened on a Ira
war In As: I COTT ipted b)
unable and unwilling lo bring up
about whal .Justice \V
-arable
ehai 'o and now. thei
i possibilit]
and now,
the possil
ol mme ir Me and \ iolent
eh in t he | itnted out and
by EDWARD COHEN
condemned, not tht ,, ..c^
Is this to ,!, fW j
the (mure? s,:, |
racial eompartmenti dJI
into religious cuhbv holet? l> ,
mentized into ethnic i-ell.'^
maze of walls, cortltaR, ^
alleys and dead end. runnel
between and among th* m^\
catc-eor.es ol private srtooJ
And in what wi formerdrew
and hopeful center! of ie-io.
tic study and training houvs,
only the very .'. the vr,
undarprivHeged, i .
less? While I
levels siphons off its -ct'oolfunkl
to church, syn ifl igu
private bastitut > I
ment to aopen I
In these schools wha f
sectarian, ind ehau
not openly b ei*-. >\
conveyed (o thi Nil .' I
land? What kind I
will Amei lea .I
to come? Mi : | u
are strangers lo i I
n ho never in thi |
and youth sti
together, play<
ed to know i
si nd the.! c
we'll as the r dil
I say let A In
it has i'' n |
and painful I
variety pu
n n w ill ind then : .
\ ale ichoi Is
children that
du.ili/i d atteni
that want rv| I IM
to greati
n th
school But '
. hiklren be I
school. Lei "
money w hii h it >
so nd on | '
on public etlucal *
the faci li<
I iterials, the
danger. Let
citizens
way to ri i
increasini
eentei ~ ol
stud*
It is too -
public -> '
run from "
loved and h>
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON It has been
a curious experience during these
last si\ months to watch the
Nixon Administration gradually
daapping its bland inaugural
mask and just .is gradually re-
vealing the extreme toughness
of lt.s methods and aims. It has
also been comic to see the Presi-
dent's overconfident opponents
being put on the defensive, vast-
ly to their own rather self-right-
eous surprise.
Rut the passage of time has
now carried the new Adminis-
tration out of the comfortable
/one of relatively easy decision-
making and into the more normal
zone where the decisions are
painful and even ugly. And be-
fore leaving for Saigon and Jeru-
salem, this ri'iKirter cannot re-
frain from a further word about
the President's very Ugly re-
ported decision to refuse addi-
tional planes to Israel.
Here again, there is much
lano of those who should be pro-
Irony in the extraordinary si-
test iug most loudly, both in
Iiolitics and in the media. These
people have in truth muscled
themselves by their endless,
- If-deluding protest it ions that
this s a lovely, easy undangi rous
world, in which power counts
for naught and all issues can be
i iti mally negotiated.
Yet this strange silence cha
none ,,i the factors that make
the President's reported dee
so deeply disturbing, whichever
way you look at it. Then-are. in
fa t. two different ways ol lo ik-
ing at it.
The refusal of the planes thai
Israel needs for survival can
first of all be regarded as a
temporary measure, mainly in-
leaded to avoid the dreadful
row with the Arabs that would
surely follow an affirmative an-
swer to farad's request Bui
even such an attempt to gain
time and to blur things over is
bound to be deeply dangerous
for two different reasons
To begin with, as alreadv re-
marked in this space, it win sure-
ly he interpreted in the Krem-
lin as a major si^n Of weakness
and timidity Seeming weak and
timid to the Kremlin will surely
encourage deeper, more direct
'soviet involvement in the Mid-
dle Eastern fighting This, in it-
si if. is i '
BUI there
too. For thi '' ',
survival Uteri
on getting tl
requested Is:
source, moreover, e*
country. And If you i
man. or a bra*
jugular will be cut
time, what is the response t<
expected?
The response '"
curse, is preventive
tore 0 JUgntor can cut
Israelis already ha*
many reasons to
consideration to the
strike aimed lo
andria. Egypt, whk
been advocate! bj
Wetamann. if U*
carries out his P
those reasons wi" '"
creased
As to the other w a.
.,, the Presidents P
still more unpleasant
can in fact ni
tial decision ol ." fof
basic sort B decisioi l
Continued on P 6* '
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March 27. 1970
+Jmliti Ihricti tr
B'nai B'rith Council
Installation Brunch
' Donath Joseph Mondres, Howard
Neu and Harold M. Braxton, vice
tits; Herman Siege), record-
ing u ci. iai> .,H(1 .\;i,, ,i Golden,
i easurer.
For the i,
B,r,ai B'mn ."' ,'n,,,,a": uh" ,N '" s"n,l> '" Isi;'"1 awards will l
now m us will be repress nted bj Samuel
B'rith Council of
i. ii""'
ul|| hold Its annual in- PaSCoe
branch i He a,imyja"
l a.m
insta .rani
[ :. B. Jacobs,
; mple Israel
i Potlock,
will
: State As-
j B i B'rith Lodges,
monies and
... i iville, who
i time, Council
i'i< i bad. to tin-
unh i vwiii,. at
, MUisi.io, ,;,! ret^^o^^,,,.^
ni Mr Ami Lodge, will succeed '"'"' tnembci imi ,i t<
Jack Rosenberg as president <>i done thi mosl in co nil scrv-
II,.' Council, which l,as a current durine 1969
membership .f about 8.000 ,,, :vj
lorl ;es from Foi i Lauderrialc to
Key West Mr. Brown, a graduate
cf the University ol Pennsylvania,
is a Lieutenant Commandei in tin-
es. Naval Reserve.
The raw president-, I, ct is Mal-
colm Fromberg, a past president
,,. stallation of- 0I the Miami Beach Lodge. Othci
i Paul Scid- oific. is tu be installed are Richard
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To Discuss Its Role
**
-he Kol, Minister of Tourism Mr. KoL who was one of the
of the State of IsraeJ and one of' founders of the General Zionist
I. atiurTs pioneering founders. Workers Movement and its first
i delegate to the Histadn.t. became
a member of the Secretariat of the
: i Executive at the begin-
: World War II. and estab-
ed as i i: st chairman
of the central Labor Exchange of-
fice. As a deput; member of the
Jewish Agencj Executive in the
.ails 1940's, hi- uas named chair-
man of the Management Board of
Youth Ah* ah. the agency whieh
. ied thousands .>'. children and
'.t thorn to Israel. He d
its efforts to repatriate refugee
I tained in Cyprus. Mr.
Kol uas elected to full member-
ship in the Jewish Agency Kxecu-
tive in 194S. and became heail of
Youth Ahyah. a position he held
until he joined the Israel Cabinet.
When the State of Israel was
established in 1948. he became a
member of the Council of the Pro-
visional government and chairman
I of its Foreign Affairs Committee.
I He was one of the 37 signatories
w be the speaker at .tinner ofI of Israel's Declaration of Inde-
the Greater Miami Honorees of P-ndence. ami has served as a
MOSHf KOI
Israel in the Fontainebleau Hotel
Saturday night. Michael Litvak.
executive director of the Israel
B^.-d Organization, has announced.
A 6:30 p.m. reception in Mr.
Ko '.- honor will precede the din-
nei Et 7 p.m.. which will be under
th< uspices of Capital for Israel.
Kol. who is expected to dis-
( the role of Tourism in the
1 It of terrorists' recent attempts
1 inder travel, is one of Israels
i itstandhig lead, is and has an un-
u- | record of public service as
igist, adminstrator and po-
1:1. Kl leader. Sine, he became
Mi ster of Tourism in 1966. he
1. been responsible for exps
L tourist facilities throughout
1- i in order to cope with the
\ of \ isitors, which ren
i cted by the efforts of ter-
i ,.'nl is at an all-time high.
member of the Knesset (Parlia-
ment!. He was chairman of the
Liberal Party of Israel from 1961
to 1965. when he became chairman
of the newly established Indepen-
dent Liberal Party.
Continued from Pacje 4-A
co!d-blo-xicd "reasons of state"
American support for Israel must
be tapered off forthwith. This
country's material interests in
the Middle East are overwhel-
ming!} located in the Arab lands,
after all. And there are plenty of
peopl around Richard Nixon
who have been stressing these
ite"
si face the terrible
: ,. This will almost st. I)
n th eventual destruction
oi Is:.t I accompanii I by a
bloodthirsty Arab massacre of
[a.., opl ["hat, quite liter-
ally, is what the Arab- really
want An 1 If Ameri ran support
is .vithdrawn, th it is what the
\ ibs will surely '' Iheir best
to : i. with strong Soviet issis-
tance.
People of mj '"" have
already seen too many millions
of Jews sacrificed on history's
cruel altars But that is not
the end of the matter. Only con-
sider the poison of guilt Hnd
hatr.d. of rage and recrimination
that Israels destruction would
surely lei loose in America.
Think of our national life for-
ever embittered, forever ghost-
haunted.
Then those "reasons of state
are scon in their true propor-
tions. And then the need emerg-
es not to hesitate and instead to
treat Israel's glorious skill and
courage as the prime American
assets in the Middle E LSI
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genad Avital Israel
lond Dinner Speaker
i vltal a a>iin(? member in behalf of Israel Bonds.
Erf Diplomatic Corp* who Now assume.! to the Foreign ,,,al ,)f j51.534.024 in gifts and
ra", entry's fore- Ministry in Israel. Mr. Avital. who coirtmitments has been reached In
* lht> fr""51 Secretary of the u-uniwMity $93 million Golden
+J**lsHk>rktlar)
Mever Reports On
U-M's Gift Totals
At a recent report meeting,
Baron deHlrsch Meyer, eam|>aign
I Chairman for the U-M Board of
Trustei s" ii> vi'lo;iment affairs com-
mittee, told division chairman a
Paga 7-A
Brothers To Be Recipients
Of Jerusalem Peace Awards
Kmbassy of Israel in Washington. Anniversary Development Pro-
IXC., from 196B48. had previously gram. whicn has a l975 ,.,,,,,
Served as Israel's Consul to the date.
W< stern United States, with head-
quarters in Los Angeles, for three mitmcntssinc mid-OcI
vi ars Prior to that, he had served have totaled approximate!) 1 n il-
as Chief Liaison Officci to foreign hon, he said, with ten substantial
press ami television In the Prime gifts accounting tot $683,000.
Minister's office. _,
Planning and progress reports
A native of England. Mr. Avital were given for the foundations di-
served with the British Army dur- vision by Edward G. Coll, U-M's
-A
i- u World War II. and came to
Israel with his wife in 1951. He
has written and produced a large
number of films and television
programs.
director ol development; William
Maddux for national corporations:
Charles Gautier, special Rifts:
V. V.. Gautier. Jr.. special sifts
medical; Patrick Cesarano, special
gifts alumni: Lester Horn. Citi-
Two brotht is who have attained
rtnown by their service ami lead-
erthip in ix half ol the State of
Israel and many local and national
organizations vviii be recipients of
the Jerusalem Peace Award at
Kneseth Israel's Dinner of state.
Rabbi David Lehrfield, honorary
1 halm at ind chairman < tecar
nounced.
'I hi awaads will b nferred on
. : 11\ id Eisensti in, both of
whom ai 1 active in the li 11< rsl ip
il Km si th Israel, al Ihe dinner in
the Fontainebleau Hotel Sunday,
Apt il 5.
Abe Eisenstein, who has served
as chairman ol the synagogue's
heard was a founder and director
ot the Agudas Achim Synagogue
The entertainment portion of
the program will feature Steve
Gaynor. humorist and singer who ns Board; Edward Hamilton,
is a favorite with supper club au- Broward, and by Baron deHirsch
diences throughout the United Mever for the endowment com-
BfNAO AVITAl
I filn". producers. States and Canada. Including such
mittee.
. s
. speaker Sunday | well known places as Groulnger's,
1 Raphael-Forte > the Concord, and Cincinnati's Lat-
;.,.,., 1 Dinner of State in in Quarter.
[Fontainebleau Hotel, accord- -------------------------------------
In in announcement made by
d Raab, honorary din- J JrLS Women S V.ommittee
chainnM : Mmi: To EJKt g^j Members
lor Atnent. The 6:30 p.m. din-
I b, .,,,. : I by a 6o'clock A general membership meeting t,jn,,,, T,,wlsn Appeal-Israel Emer-
i. v.ital'a honor "' the \\ omen s Committee of __ .
J,.,,.:, m Mi a ..tals honor 1^ ^^ ^ Ch,|diw.g I gency Fund campaign. Ben Essen.
Service will be held at 10 a.m. chairman of the Residence and
Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Hlgh-Rise Division of the cam-
Century Towers Schedules
CJA-IEF Campaign Benefit
Residents of Century Towers
have scheduled an April 7 cocktail
party in behalf of the 1970 Com-
| i the .' 'i oaten Peace
on this a casion, The
will be 1 resented to him
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David Kirsh in Coral Gables, Mrs.
Sol Goldstein, president, has an-
I nounced. Committee board mem-
1-11 s w di be elect, d at this Im-
portant meeting, she said.
Following an In-di ;'tli discussion
li future plans for the women's
committee, a film depicting the
paign, will be the guest shaker
at the 1 p.m. affair, which will
t l;e place in the Century Towers
. aid room.
Chairman of the function will
In !'.. r: [sen; he will !* assisted by
cochairmen Rube Adler, Aaron
solution ol a parent-child problem Plan. Morris Jacobs, Ben Katz,
through a family service agency William K us tin. Ben B. Merrill
w ill I- -1 an I Hei n an Stei n.
'Age Of Aquarius' Theme For
Children's Center Luncheon
The Women's Auxiliary of the
Children's Center, a non-profit day
school lor emotionally disturbed
children, will hold its luncheon at
King's Bay Yacht and Country-
Club at noon Wednesday. April H.
Theme of the luncheon will he
""The Age of Aquarius." with Vin-
cent Lopez, noted band leader and
authority on astrology headlining
the program.
Chairmen for the event are Mrs.
Herb Schwarz and Mrs. Seymour
Somerstein, with Mrs. Carl Bau-
man as chairman of the fashion
show. Mrs. Lester Perle and Mrs.
'Julian Sincoff are reservations
chairmen.
Abe Eisenstein David fis.nsfein
and a founder of Kehila Jacob
B< th Samuel Synagogue in Chi-
cago, whi n both brothers were
I aders in I* half of many philan-
thropic religious and communal
I'ctivities before coming to Miami
Peach. David, first vice president
of Kneseth Israel, and bis brother
are both members of the board of
the Mizrachi organization and both
are active supporters of the Me-
s.vta of Greater Miami School and
ol the Hebrew Academy.
In addition to Rabbi Lehrfield
! and Mr. Shapiro, the dinner com-
j mittee members Include Milton
Kahn, the congregation president,
who is serving as chairman of the
Corps of Hosts, and cochairmen
Max Cohen. Rev. Jacob Katz,
Morris Schachter. Joseph Hoffen-
hi rg, Maurice Kusnitz. Jose Lis
Vitkinas. Jack Horwitz, David
Kothman and Benjamin Weinberg
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Council Is \o Panacea For Problems
l.MITOR. Th.- l.-ui-h lloriilian:
note with esi In your
port by the
Relat
1 : I Mi imi. Le^l
' >> '.'... Mted
ii'-ily. I
the follow-
!ls-
quote, Mor-
'. Cha th
1 i initj R< I itions Committee,
Em 'i. encj
i m w -nee o i Ppac In the Mid il
n V lingl in, DC.
- I th the Conference had the
including Presi-
Nia messa je promisins
i for I .' i it m as needed."
nenl may lead our
< nmunit) into believing that thf
lergencj Conference in Wash-
ton caused our President's re-
\ rsel .'ii the stand in the Middle
Easl Such a conclusion by innuon-
do h farthest from the truth. Ac-
i ally, the President's message to
tl Conference was read by Mr.
M ix Fisher of Detroit immediatelj
ftei i hi Coi 'nee convened and
fore anj discussions or resolu*
1 i. m re held or drawn.
again quoting from the
report, "We in Florida arc for-
tunate to have established an on-
ng relationship with all of our
S nators and Representatives in
rreards to Israel's position in the
t ddle East crisis." Mr. Silber-
ii stated. Correction the
i ;. mas our of the di le-
_ ti th il !' > Confer-
! present when the
- < eeting with our Sen-
nd Congressmen was to
i ke place and found that there
v. iv no Senators or Congressmen
I si Thej did not even bother
t- con.' to the so-called meeting
j sent their stenographers in-
id. Tlie undersigned subsequent-
ly hid very satisfactory confere-
erx-es with Ixjlh of our Florida
S. nators and communicated with
a few other Senators on the sub-
I- t. including Senator Goldwater.
A eoj)y of the letter received from
Senator Goldwarter is he
encloa i
l feel that our commum*) ihpuld
not be perchance misled into be-
lieving that .ill is well with lira
--.' m Uv,c ... ,C irxuftunit)
Relations Committee The under-
lj believes that the
C i nmunitj Council o......
.'; ise ol pi esenl ing a uniti d
Ji w i^ii i ront i- necess n
to prevent every Tom Dick and
Harrj from pub'icl) speaking out
for the Jewish people, but the
( ouncU is no panacea for the
proMema th it are e infronting,
in the future maj eonll*nt,
our community R Hess how
i ttle e feel il has on results il is
ess belie: than noth
all.
LEON I ELL
Auditions Musicale' Set
Ph.- third annual Society for "'proflt organnatfaB J
Voung Performers "Auditions Mu- 196' to extend
The third annual Society for
ners "Auditions Mu-
sicale" will be held from 4 6|.m.
Viee presidents
non-profit
Voung Performers 'Auditions Mu- '"" '" exu-itf scholar*!,
sicale" will be h. Id from J 6 p.m. further the ctlu.-ati
Sunday at the Florence Kul/en young pcfon ^
Piano Studio 6224 Alton Rd., ''"' '
Miami Beach, founder-president "'" M'""' I
Until Brotman
Third Seder To Mark
Israel's Anniversary
Greater Miami Jewry will cele-
brate the 22nd anniversary of the
independence of the State of Israel
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April 23 at the annu .1 community-
wide Thud Seder sponsored by the
Israel Kistadrut Council of South
Florida.
Samuel Feinstt in, chairman of
the board, and Dr. Michael SoSSin,
president of the Israel Histadrut
Council, announced the plans for
the event, which will be held in
the Fontainebleau Hotel's West
Ballroom, beginning at 6:30 p.m.
The dinner event, a $10-a-plnt<-
function, will also mark the 50th
anniversary of the founding oi the
Histadrut in Israel. Proceeds will
go to the Moshe Sharetl College
mi Management in Jerusalem, be-
ing built under the auspices ol the
1 istadrut Council here.
Dr. Leon Kronish, rabbi ol
Ti mole Beth Sholom, has b
leslgnated honorarj chairman ol
the Third Seder, which originated
under Histadrut auspices in New
Kngland 35 years ago and now is
observed in many of the nations
.ic w i-!i communities
An outstanding speaker repre-
senting the government ol Israel
v.ill lx' the guest at the function,
which celebrates the establish-
ment ol tin Jewish State in Maj
1948
Reservations may be made at
the Histadi ut ofl ice in the l Lin-
coln Road Building, or through the
officers and din ctors ol I u Laboi
Zi nisi organ! at ions w hich
-. k nsor the annual banquet.
Give r.hihl A Vacation
Mr. and Mis Edward Lustig, co-
chairmen of the Summer Day
(amp programs of the YM-YWHA
of Greater Miami, have announced
a plan whereby persons wishing
to take a vacation may sign up
\ for a May 15 trip to Fraeporl on
the M V Freeport, and give a
child a vacation at one of the
: V's camps. Interested persons are
, asked to call June Fried at the
'V for further information.


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March 27. 1970
-Jenist fkrkfi tr
Page 9-A
federation Accepts
port of Commission
](Wrtiiiunl from PM* >
providing certain cri-
& met curly In 1969. In
H this as a priority
the Commisston'* report
Students and graduates
jM ichool nm\> m. n( of-
trtir hope for the continu-
If il Jewish .-(immunity.
all of the rec-
tln- ailmoni-
gerscoi tog
isdations, was
fthn the Federation encage
Irish education planning, as
|a< other planning, on a
nine basis
Commission pointed out
ill. Federal ion has the
iini Beach S & L
iors Employees
[Beach f. d. ral Savings
., Association honored 19
nnployees al its sixth an-
irtj .-i week. The
iram included coek-
a.n address by Milton Wetos,
), nt of the Association, a
ii g
I Pot issistant sec-
: ,, it | i sen Ice
]"'-y ar aw irds went to
art inn- rcrs Brut c I '
jr., Joseph P Naughton
Bertha B Rii n, i assistant
I |i nt Harr> J Wat tenon,
K. Bisconib, Doroth)
rtnd ami Wesli > Miller.
I iving 10-;..... aw ante were
i < 'ollins,
Brie Moori ai i Dennis Wil-
. It > .' Ai ai i I Idraund B
Jon C. i 'lotisi Joyce A
i Gilta it. San-
;.: A!. II 18 W'll-
ecehi il .")- -. in ards
planning rrsponsibillty of the
Jftt-ish community," arid "now
that a start has been made, it
must discharge this responsibili-
ty rvgardlesa of any pressure
which may In' exerted.
The Commission was Based
with many other aspects of Jew-
ish education which merit com-
munity support. The following
Items will requite additional re-
view on an ongoing basis: adult
education, camping, community-
wide afternoon elementary
schools, consultation to and
nrichment of congregational
schools and prc-schooi programs,
curriculum exprriim ntation and
innovation, printing and prepa-
ration of educational material
not available elsewhere, scholar-
ships for college and post gradu-
ate training in fields that would
assist Jewish education as well
as scholarships for Israel study
programs, specialists in art.
drama and music who would Ih-
available to a variety of institu-
i Ions, and t< acher benefits.
The report calls for an Advis-
ory Board to i>c formed as
quickly as possible to consider
how .i college for Jewish studies
may be established. This Com-
mission on Jewish Education re-
port now goes to thi' Federa-
tion's Budget Committee to be
considered duung that group's
allocation In arings.
The Commission on Jewish
Education included Mrs Richard
Bricknian, Edward Cohen, Mis
Ben Kazer, Mis Burton Levey,
Dr Solomon Lichter, Mis Ber-
nard Marder, Albert E. Ossip,
Mend. II M s. lie, Mrs Robert
Shapiro. A, B, Wiener, Leonard
Zilbi it. and Rob it P. Forman
,i the h- deration'a staff.
Specimen Coin Set
Still Available At
(lamer Bank, M.B.
A limited nunilx r of State of
Israel specimen com sets remain
,.m sale .it the Carner Hank of
Miami Beach, according to hank
president Stephen H. Carner.
The Carner Bank is the only
bank in Dade County selling the
, H>70 sets, which arc available in
handsome presentation wallet
holders and presentation folders.
a* an agency of the Israel Govern-
i cut Coins and Medals Corpora*
tion.
Less than 900 ol tne 15*711 sets.
and loss than 100 of the 1968 si ts,
both selling at the government-
c stablishcd price of $3.50 a set ,,f
six brilliant uncirculated, proof-
hke coins, are availaWe.
As a public service, the coin sets
nil being made available to the
community at large as well as the
! ..nil's cUStomt is. Mr. Carner said.
Israel's Consul Gen. ral Mosbc
(iilboa has < niiiund'd the hank's
promotion of the coins as "one ol
the most worthwhile avenues of
helping the Stati of Israel in the
field of public relations, at the
same time helping the nation's
i eonomy."
Hebrew Academy's ("amp
Adds Go-Go Teen Group
A teen age, go-go group has
been added for summer campers
at Greater Miami Academy, which
is now accepting reservations for
its l'.tTO summer season opening
June IS, The in w group, lor eighth
and ninth grade students, will
leave the Academy camp head-
quarters at moo Pine Tree Dr..
Miami Beach, each morning >"
participate in such outside activi-
ties as horseback riding, howling,
ioiler skating and ice skating.
Registration is open for boys
and girls from lour to 11. in var-
ious sections of the camp, which
will In' headed by Joe Ackner,
chairman ol the school's award-
winning science department, for
the eighth consecutive year, Louis
Merwitzer, president ol the edu-
c ational institution, has announced.
All campers will participate in
t'aily activities such as athletics,
aus and crafts, field trips and In-
struction programs in swimming
and other sports under Ameri< >
Red Cross suocrvlsion. Mr, M r-
wltzer stressed that all activil -
are under the supervision of w.-!l-
dained specialist. The camp with
. capacity of some 200 youngste .
is scheduled to operate through
Aug. 7.
Other features available to dl
campers include hot lunches, i
bus transportation and indoor
tivities conducted in the Aeadr
eniy's air-conditioned rooms.
Penny Salt* Scheduled
The Israelite Cent. i. ".175 SW
25th St.. has scheduled a Pen y
Sale" Saturday .it 8:30 p.m. Me -
liis and II li mis have < nine W
look forward to this annual I
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Friday

European Newsletter:
Marcfc'
By EDWIN EYTAN
Alliance Of Leftists And Neo-Fascists
A NTI-ZIONIST propaganda conducted in the uni-
** verities of France by a strange alliance of
leftist elements, neo-Fascist groups and the large
body of Arab students has now begun a sharp turn
towards open and aggressive "anti-Semitism." The
posters put up by all these groups, which for the
f ist time seem to be united on at least one point,
are using cartoons, openly anti-Semitic expressions
and ,.n appeal to fundamental anti-Semitic senti-
m nts in their anti-Zionist campaign.
Members of the Union of French Jewish Students
r-po-.t that the large, leftist-oriented UNEF (Na-
tional Union of French Students) is using anti-
Semitic arguments, such as "Zionists are agents of
the Rothschilds and of big business" for its cam-
palgns. accompanied by cartoons describing the
"war-mongering Zionists" and typical anti-Semitic
tracts reminiscent of another era.
Even more openly and violently anti-Semitic are
the arguments of leftist bodies such as the Chinese
revolutionary student groups and the Arab student
element The neo-Faseists. especially the new groups
now being reorganized by the Sidos brothers, are
adding the claim that "Zionists and Jews are the
agents of world Communism and revolution" to the
old anti-Semitic charges
The most intensive campaign is being conducted
in the traditional strongholds of the left, the uni-
As We Were Saying:
By ROBERT E. SEGAl
The Middle East's Double Standard
A i: \B (it KRK1LLAS first boast, then
deny, they are resixmsible for the
destruction of a Swiss airliner bound for
Israel, with the loss of 47 lives and
people in high places react by tempo-
rarily cutting off certain flights to Is-
rael. Why Israel? Why not Syria, Jordan
and Lebanon, where the terrorism of
this new decade has its seedbed?
Great Britain asks Israeli defense experts to try out
British Chieftain tanks. Some of the improvements sug-
gested by the Israelis are incorporated, and then it is re-
ported England is thinking of supplying the improved ver-
sion to the Arabs.

V
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Forgotten Men
ISRAEL'S forgotten and neglect-
men are its diplomatic repre-
sentatives overseas. There is room
_| for only one Ambassador Rabin.
The balance of Israel's staff, which
| numbers about 450are in 93 for-
eign missions in 73 country's, in-
cluding embassies, legations and
consulates.
Considering the difficult economic conditions
under which these men and women operate, ami the
almost insoluble personal problems with which they
are faced, it is amazing that the Foreign Service
has managed to attract such a competent and de-
voted staff. The ambassadors and ministers, the
consuls and attaches and secretaries who are sent
out from Israel, together with their families, de-
serve far better at the hands of their country.
It is little wonder that the Foreign Ministry
finds it difficult to recruit additional top level per-
sonnel. Regulations long out-dated limit the number
of personnel permitted at the various posts, keep
their salaries abysmally low, and restrict their ex-
penses The f.ict that in Israel's war against a des-
perate enemy the diplomatic and political fronts are
no less important than the military is ignored and
petty economies are practice which could be as fatal
as pennypinching on the battlefield.
Candidates for positions in the Foreign Ministry
have to undergo a gruelling selection process. The
invitation for applications is announced annually.
Last April 130 candidates presented themselves,
perhaps naively expecting that there would be ex-
citement and glamour in an overseas post. Of these,
only 50 passed the initial written tests, and faced
the oral examinations. Out of the 14 who qualified,
the Foreign Ministry chos? five university graduates.
Here is what they face: They are engaged as
temporary workers in the Ministry for a two-year
trial period, receiving a gross salary of about $50 a
week. If they make good, at the end of two years
their salary goes up by $4 a week! At the present
promotion rate a man can in 14 years reach the
rank of Counsellor and earn the princely salary of
about $93 a week.
In terms of salaries to its diplomats, Israel ranks
almost last among the nations of the world. Only
Red China pays Itl diplomats less!
Expense allowances are far from adequate, also.
Mrs. Zena H,.: nan. wife of the former ambassador
used to tell friends how she watched for sales in the
supermarkets in order to stretch the family's food
allowance enough to cover the actual needs. And
how does one rase and educate children when the
family is moved from post to post every few years?
Jewish education is available in New York, but
what does one do in the Congo. Nepal or Thailand?
There are 10 missions in Asia and 27 in Africa, and
it's not easy to be Israel's "forgotten men."
At the time of the Six-Day War. France talks of an
arms embargo on all the belligerents with the objective
of cooling the conflict. Mirages paid for by Israel arc lock-
ed in by this embargo. Three years later. France decides
to sell Mirages to Libya, and Libya unabashedly cuts
Egypt in on the deal. An embargo? To do what?
Where, oh where, has the single standard gone?
Reasonable men are hard put to follow the logic of
Yassir Arafat, leader of El Fatah, and other extremists
who brazenly assert that Israel's K\ Al planes are fair
game because they carry military cargo as well as pas-
sengers. But insensitivity to airplane sabotage and murder
is not confined to Arab killers. Look at the case of the
missing witnesses in the Athens trial of the Arabs who
attacked an Israeli airliner there. It seems justice cannot
be found even in a Greek courtroom.
There may still be hope that the wanton killing of
innocent airline passengers can bo effectively outlawed,
but the work is arduous and the outlook, at this time, la
far from bright.
An excellent example of picking one's way through the
hedges and booby traps on the way to ending the war is
offered by the recent exchange between Eugene V. Rostow
of Yale Law School and Ambassador Muhammad H. El-
Farra, Jordan's Permanent Representative to the United
Nations. Prof. Rostow had written a letter to the New
York Times, in which he urged President Nasser to take
appropriate steps to implement the UN. Security Council
Resolution of Nov. 22. 1967 calling upon the belligerents
to negotiate an agreement establishing peace and assert-
ing that the current stalemate exists because of the in-
transigence of the United Arab Republic. Prof. Rostow
said the Rabat Conference had liberated President Nasser
from the oft-mentioned "no peace, no negotiations, and no
recognition" Khartoum policy.
Mr. El-Farra's reply, published in The Times, declared
that it is not true the Khartoum resolution called for "no
peace, no negotiations and no recognition." The policy
enunciated there, was that there can be no 'peace treaty"
with Israel as long as there is occupation an.l aggression
In Prof. Rostow's rebuttal, he Included the text of the
Khartoum resolution, and added: "I am glad Ambassador
El-Farra agrees that since Rabat, that statement should
no longer lie read literally."
versity campuses of Nanteri-e end (vnv:
The Jewish students attending French mri^L
many of whom have been active n ,,, w,iti
leftist organizations in the past, -,! lenlvfh?
selves squeezed between the aggressive
to which they are expoM'd and t>ler ^
-ems <>f "intellectual Insufficiency" a,^
determination. They have i.,, riv'J*
from explaining their stand and that
a couple of weeks ago, several he
dents wearing steel helmets an.
and bicycle chains broke up a mi
Jewish groups at the Censier .
pose. One Jewish student was
"Now we are reduced to work
ground, pasting up our posters it
always risking a violent encounti
A few small Jewish faction! B 8Jbb>J
Better group decided to replj
blow for blow But most Jewish si
say they want to show the> a:...... ..lent
contrary to Arab allegations have no Fttestl
dencies.
Asking for official in ten en t i.
- BSktng the impossible, for tlv
selves are unable to cope with Ih<
violence, which recently devasi
campus and brought all universit) |
plete standstill.
I.<>cal Jewish organizations an Iting tt
phasis on an attempt to group lb. .
into efficient and wcll-organi/e induW
them in the right arguments thefe
encounters" with hate-blind.-d
Silver On Sports
Jess!
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Aron i Alii Bacher has Bnt.;
ever to lead a national crick.: team Another!
ieh player, Dennis Gamsey, 29 thi m wickets
in South Africa. Joined him on i. t*S i
scheduled to visit Greater Bnti r thus ]
Commenting on the cone.
dais over the possibility of demonstrations I
.'!.- \ ..;! Bacher told a London
onstrators are not noted for th.
tion. and I hope none of them ace ses me I
discrimination. Since I qualified as .. doctor i
yean ago, I have spent all but *
European "non-v'hitei hospital I IS I
i-h. so some foil, might wonder il I <1 beaSSJ
membership in the golf clubs
England Probably not. But t it. I
mm it i accept other peopli 'si
"1 will play with and ag body
race in any sport wherever i
tude of all our players. As soon as South AM
govt rnment decrees that we can p
sport here, we shall welcome vV
A much less controversial visit to Great Btlj
Is scheduled for Israel's cricket t< AupaV
Israeli side will be made up aln elyofSl
African and lndian-bom Jew sh
BOOK REVIEW
By Seymour B. Liebman
'OnePeople9and Antichrist]
... p .. ..... .....,*,.. .
HIGH RANKING chaplain in the
Israeli Army. Menahem Cohen, and
his wife, Devorah. a seventh-generation
Israeli, have collaborated to produce One
People. .Sabra Books. $9.95) an all-
encompassing survey of the Jewish com-
munities of North Africa. Asia and
Southeastern Europe. The Large, book,
excellently printed in Israel, includes
many illustrations from the various Jewish groups in such
exotic places as Yemen. Iraq, the Caucasus, India and
Morocco, with historical summaries, descriptions of the
folklore, religious customs and ceremonies which make the
book desirable to everyone and an excellent choice as ,
gift for youth of all ages as well as adults.
The concept of a monolithic, all-white Judaism dis-
tinguished only by the varieties of American ritual ob-
servances or absences thereof is completely dispelled by
the text and photographs in color as well as black and
white, which appear in profusion.

Emperor Frederick n (1194-1250) was King of Sic'lv
before lie became the Emperor. When he went to the Holv
h ',on 9"*" he was crowned King of Jerusalem
and secured that city, Nazareth and Bethlehem under a
treaty with the Moslems. Both befon I
he was at loggerheads if not actual wai *th *
naries ot the popes.
The story of his amorous pec ih^
the Holy Land are told by Cecil it H in u
I Atheneum. $6.95). The title presum ",'^J
that he was an outcast of the Church il s no1
or accepted application of the *
The hook, billed as a histories
' fails m
categories, Conversation and dialogi* dccudj
portion of the book with narrativ. rxplai
sages to be found only near th< i
thinly drawn and the few descrip .
rather than clarity The occasional '",','^J
scenities is artificial, and the lc-
errors. the better. For example h
ceding the trip to regain the cities in |
histories consulted by this reviewer .,fnes
illegitimate son which appears In the bo
Bl that appearing in recognized !<->!- ^,
Frederick II was muMi-UnguaI, a ,i
enccs and adopt at literary effusion- !" ^ J
her of the Hohenstauffen family *>k >'1
ment at the hands of the author, "
service to him and to history.


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(f New Workshop Director
Stuart
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Rothohild has an-j\iousiy was with tho Now Xrk I
1Z lr.r'"iTn'rrf-Mr'IWvirI RrKfi>"Divfel [;, BS workshop director' Tiabilitation as supervisor of sorv-
cLr-ncv's Vnoatiorial fcc-! ices for tho handicapi>cd in tho
K 3C' I \t-i.il.il lin Wrut Qf-t T, l,..,l
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Mtschulcr, ho holds
an
Guidance and
from Sew Vork fni-
mll as a B.A. in Psy-
'. ,,., the University of
' -,< been associate ejcccu-
, ,h, Sew V.rt So-
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food & Be.era^e Director
LOUIS WITKIN
Mailre d'Hotel
531-6061 X
Manhattan and Sfaten Island
areas. Ho has also 1 n associa'fi d
with the B'nai B'rith Vocational
Service and tho United Cerebral
Palsy of Que< us.
A mcinrxT of the National Re-
habilitation Association and tho
National Rehabilitation Counsel-
ing Associations, his articles on
"The Rehabilitation >>f the Deaf,"
"Workshop Adaptations for the
Dual "The Occupational
Placi mi ni <>f thr Disabled,"
"Thi Video Tape in Coun-
seling and Training Programs"
\: ,\ 11 en publishe I in profi -
slonal j urnals. !! has also re-
< i Ived an oil'. |al 11 :' ndation
i i ii the the din ctor ol the U S,
Department of Health and Wel-
fare's Social and Rehabilitation
Services Cor coordinating the work
, ot public and private agencies.
i The Jewish Vocational Service,
located at :us nu 25th St., is a
beneficiary agency of the Greatei
Miami Jewish Federation ami Hi-
t'nitiil Fund of Dado County. It
offers services to tho handicapped
through tho Rehabilitation Work-
shop, oaroii' guidance and counsel-
ing for hinh sohool students, col-
lege youth and adults, scholarship
soroeninK and Information for
college-bound persons, a Veterans
Administration uunfance Center
for returning servicemen, war or-
phans and war widows, and a joh
placement service.
Pinski Club Oneg Shabbos
A literary and musical program,
Including a talk on tho historian
Dr. Abraham Mcness Given by L.
I.asa\in, and a program of Yiddish
and Hebrew sohm %y^sjpranp
Srfoshanah Hotfrhan, who a\com-
panics herself on the guitar, will
fc"' |irMBrW aVf he Cmeg Shabbos
Ol the David Pinski Club Friday
voning in tho cafeteria of Ida M.
Fisher Junior High School.
Memorial Service For 6 Million Dea The Workmen's Circle Branch
10vt of North Dado and Broward
j('ount>. will' have a oandlolighting
ira morial service for the Jews who
l>rish. it-, in tho Warsaw Ghetfb
uprising and the six million who
| died at the hands of the Nazis
-11 s p.m. Wednesday in" the "audi-
torium of th. Washington Federal,
C99 NK IfiTth St.. North Miami
Roach, with survivors of the con-
centration camps participating.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, spiritu.'.
loader of Both Mosho Congrega-
tion, will speah on "Those We R -
I member." Sam Rubinstein w
chant "El Molcy Rachnmim" ai 1
sing songs of tbo ghetto, and -
f. efforts 'from stories of the W--
'saw Ghetto Uprising will be n
' by Monroe Nelson, chairman <'
'Branch 10R-1.
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nw
rTTcrida March 27, 1970
Section B
,eoii Ell Receives Two Appointments
ILeon J I I "' Mtami Beachl '
Kda has been appoint-
ho sem s a
nary life president ol T< npl ........... mted thi United
!.< ih Sholom. is a mi nbi i ol th 5
Public Member on boards ol directors ol the Greatei C'ommittei oi rep i Migra-
Miami Jewish Federatioi ; niti I lioi it Gti 958, The
Fund and Mental Health Instituti _' 1: Stati Chairman for
He has served as a member of thi Mil ....- i i
White Hous< Conference on R I t,iub!i in Con\
j
judge Irving Cypen And
Son Dinner Chairmen
BJBJBBJ
UPN !U uno fRISIDl 5 to the 84th
etini I'NESCO execu-
[ which will tx'
.... > ; through
a I
\: :. i im lt 'l '"
cretarv K in Laird
in April 19-28
b;: latii Confei
fa ich v.ill m
L i irtiro nt of De-
I
|t
hioh v .
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i
I
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Ik s
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some To
- nting a
natioi
I Fon -
: h i ps, I

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.. ispecl

discus
D'| irtmenl ol
i Pentagon
ClOSI I I 111-'
joint Installation Set
fy Murr;i\ Solomon Post
illation will (>. h. M
Murra> Solomon Post 243,
|fwi-h VVai Vi i. rans, in Temple
W>ra Su:; './ ;it S p.m.. accord-
Ig to an announcement l>y out-
"int Ira Blltt Key-
kcr will be past national
knmamli i Dai i< I \. ,>] Heller.
Post officers include
Judge Irving Cypen and his son
Stephen, a Miami Beach attorney,
have Ix'i n named chairmen of the
"Solidarity for Israel" dinner
lar.ee ol the South Fl rlda dis-
ricis, Zionist Organization ol
America, hich will be hi Id Sundaj
evening, April 12, In th< Deauvill*
.Hotel, Abraham A. Grunhut, who
s ims as chairman ol the Presi-
dent's Council oi the South Flor
ioa Districts ol lh< ZOA, ha- ai
nouno ii.
I of the highlights of itv
ninth annual ZOA ci kbration will
ix- the presi ntatlon oi thi nati
"Louis I). Brandeis Award" t'> an
outstanding Greater Miami civil
leader ami philanthropist,
A 5 p.m. chaiKljagne hour i!l
pri < de i hi t> p.m. dinni r dance,
[m !udi 'i in iiii program
will be a major addr bj om i I
[si ael's Ii ading ~-t.it. -. pi d a ling
h th c u n nl Ituation in thi
".,.(! i st and Ai
' Is ai i. I ul tiv n ill i*
,i minim I i es. thi cha
n r-l V ..I 1 :
ullti : : .. '. -
:
1 i i: .i Mian i !' ach
n -i d ii- \ 1938 grad-
.
il : :v v ippointefl
I .1 of tl i i" }
:' i Ins. He was
I It i six-year tern ii
but I -." I f; om I hi l :i t!u i
vi m lati r
A i'i' mil nl i .......>' h a I i
(".!- ater Miami, Jud :> Cj
Sti art Botwinik, commander;
Steven Schnitzer, senior vice com-
The new Auxiliary officers are
Judith Blltt, president; Rose
Ayres, senior vice president; Syl-
via VVeiman, junior vice president,
and Betty Aronoff, treasurer.
\ niandei ; William Kat/ker, Junior
vice commander; ai Chais, quar-
termaster' Oaviti Rubin, chaplain,
and Leon levin, officer of the day.
s, i\ s as .i vice president ii th
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
anil of Temple Kmanu-hl; he has
served for eight years as president
and chairman of the board ol the
Greater Miami Jewish Home for
the Aged, of which hi is present!)
hi norary president.
i Stephen Cypen, who Is also ac-
tive in Temple Emanu-El. holds
i Ih rship in the Kiwanis and
i.lks Clubs.
Rest i .. Ions may hi sec ired
through th* Zionist office, 2200
i ark A vi Miami Beach.
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Under Direction of
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The 1970 Budget Committee of the Greater Miami lewis
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agencies in preparation for the 1970 budget hearings, which
ere scheduled to begin the last week of April. The 4C-
membei Committee allocates funds raised in the Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign, distributing them to 38 locc;!,
ncioncl and overseas agencies. Reviewing preliminary re-
ports are Richard J. Harwich, (left; vice chairman of the 1970
Budget Committee, and Walter S. Falk. chairman. Robe:'.
P. Forman, associate executive director of the Greatei Miami
Jewish Federation, is standinc.
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YM-YWHA Jewish
Music Festival
A diversified program will be
pr scnted at the Jewish Music
FesHvaJ being bold in the grand
ballroom of th.' YM-YWHA of
Gr ater Miami, s.^i" s\v 8th St.,
Bl 8:30 p.m. Saturday.
Participants will Include Temple
Beth Am's Cantor Michael Kyrr,
pianist Janiiv Fi Id. Diane l.aClair.
flute, Judith rlirsch, viola, and
Pati i.-k Matthi ws, baritone.
Tho program will include a flute
pn Without Words,"' by Paul Ben
iv a viola-piano rendition of
"Mi ditatioi s," i'. Errtesl Bloch,
and Al ral in Daus' "Soni ol
: ]. feat ti!.-: | :< itone Patrick
Matthews, the flute and viola
ant r Kyrt prea "Kumu
\li B'er," "Preci pts ol
Mlcah" and "MiYivne Hagali!." Y
members w ill i" idmitted fr< e.
*
i'. scrvations are being received
for the annual "April in Miami
Ball" and < iiampagnc dance at th.
v Saturday, April i. Clifford L.
S chntan, chairman of the event.
hat announced.
The festivities will begin at
7 10 p.m. with a champagne re-
ception, followed by a buffet sup-
catered by Royal Hungarian
Kosher Caterers. After a short
- mi i tinr, Bob Mutts' 'i
Orchestra will furnish music for
an ing.
The \" is presently ciiening its
formal membership drive, accord-
to an announcement mad'' by
Dr. William Levin, chairman of
the membership committee. At-
i. nding its flrsl meeting were Mrs
Stone, Mrs. I,ee Shaniro.
Jacob Matz. Mr. and Mrs. Sandy
Bochner, Evan Olster. Mrs. Arthur
Roth. Mrs. KuujM GvJlcs. Mr. anc
Mrs. Jack Kat/.man and Mr. and ,
Mrs. Jack Staikman. Report
breakfasts will be held each Sun- |
day at the Y\ For information re-
garding membership, call Jack
Gold, membership secretary, a'
the 'Y.'
All-Miami Boy Choir In
Philharmonic Production
The All-Miami Boy Choir, under
the din et ion of Paul A. Kiscnhart.
will be heard, but not seen, in the
Philharmonic's production of Ben-
jamin Britten's 'War Requiem'' in
Dade Coojsty Auditorium Sunday,
and Miami Beach Auditorium on
nday.
The 35-volce choir, which was
t. unded by Mr. Elsenbarl In 1%X
ik'der the sponsorship ol the Di-
vision of Musical Arts of the Uni-
versity ot Miami School ol Music,
will be singing backstage to create
the < ffi ei oi music coming from
a rlisi ance.
Dr. William Levin, chairman of the YM-YWHA of P
Miami's membership committee, and Jack Katzma "''***
dent-elect of the YMHA. look over a list of bZ* *"*j
members for the Y's membership campaign. '
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Friday. March 27. 1970
* Mnisf fhridfi^n
Paae 3-3
George W. Valentine Recipient Of Award
I .
T1. mt-tama Arm Chamber ot
M.,n of th.' v.
' -:-! ";;""",
vice preiidenl of
-,. Federal Savfnfe and Loan
Sunday. April :>. In
, ^qag^noam of IW
[fcmericana Hotel.
: : sidenJ of the Inter-
ior "i Commerce.
3 Kiwanla Club, and
in Public Relation*
s ,.,!, Florida. Mr. Vai-
ls being honored tor
| ,y activitiei and men-
,, ,,i the Men't ( lub
Home tor the Aged
,s Gard< nsl and has been
B'rith. helping to
I; .. annual B'nai B'rith
I .. Rally in Miami Beach
I .. aa assisting in
I ttav. \ native <.f New York,
,m New York Unl-
id< ins home in
!'].! i la for many y art.
Mr. V'al ''Ir* has beei activi
..i th< Unit , tlaxi. A ot tin Sm'
Tern isi Board, hi' is a \ asl chair-
iii.ki of ;hi S fsidi Planning
' z tiring Boarfi; a trtisti "f thi
Surf-Bal-Baj Library, director ol
ihi- Greater Miami Cultural
Center and the Savings Institu-
tions Marketing Societ) ol Amer-
ica, and vie pn Idenl of the
Miami Beach Symi honj.
Previous recipients "i th ward
include Dr. J. Lawrenct Venchcs,
Law n nee an I Pi i ston Tisch,
Mi tin Mayor Chuck Hall. Mayor
Shepard Broad anil Mayor Lee
i lowai d.
Ri i vations for the reci
and dinner may In- made i;. call-
ing Mis Elizabeth Mel ley at the
offices 'if [nterama Ana Chamber
of Commerce, 222 95th St S
side.
' 'M
Builders of MeAmi Israel, are shown at a recent lunchec.
in the Algiers Hotel. From left are Judge Zev W. Kogan. Mr-.
Maurice Plesser, head of the JNF Blue Box campaign, Mr-
Mendel Fisher and Mr. Fisher, JNF consultant who collak;
rated with Judge Kcyan in designing the settlement a
MeAmi in honor of the Jews of Greater Miami.
GIORGf W. VAltNIM
Vi'cr President of Chase Federal
... .:'''^'"
Services conducted by
Rabbi Max Shapiro assisted by
Cantor Ben Dickson and the full choir
from Temple Beth Kodesh. Join us at 7:00 PM
for a fabulous eight course KOSHER feast and all the
traditional accompaniments. Unlimited Sacramental wine.
The First Night
Monday April 20
M7" per person
$1250 per child under 12
Includes tax and tips'
The Second Night
Tuesday April 21'
s15 per person
'10 per chUd under 12
Includes tax and tips
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MONDAY APRIL 20-7P.M
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$1750 "Pand
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Children under 8-$10 for each Seder
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Mar. 10 to Ac. 1?
20 ot 180 '00"'J
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And the engine is air-cooled. No
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all Rates
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DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
AP'. 1 to Apr. 2$ S 98*
Apr. 8 10 Apr. 29 S105*
Ap.. 15 to Apr, 29 $115"
Including
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GLATT MEATS ONLY
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*Jb*>#"$/> FJcridfian
Frid
ay. Merer. &
Judge Friedman Speaker
Circuit Court Judge Milton A.
Frkiiman. who will bo the guest
speaker at the meeting of the
Coral Gables Bar Association in
The Ledges Restaurant at 12:15
p.m. Friday, will s)x>ak Friday eve-
ning at the Israelite Center on
'America's Third Greatest Dis-
At Wometeo Theatres
"Bloody Mama" story of the no-
torious Ma Barker opera Friday at
the Miami. Minnie. 163rd Street.
Surf and 27th Avenue Drive-In.
Holdovers include "Airport" nt the
Carib. "Mash" ;it Palm Springs
and Byron. "Anne of the Thou-
sand Days" at the Carlyle and
Twin II-Dadeland. "Z." in Twin I.
"Bob & Carol. Ted & Alice" at the
Mayfair and Parkway, "Without a
Stitch" at Sunsc t and Normandy,
iind "Cactus Flower" at the Coral
Way and North Andrews.
Wometeo Theatres
ease Alcoholism." At 6:30 p.m.
Saturday, he will be the installing
officer at ceremonies in the Du-
l>ont Plaza Hotel during which the
Mortgage Brokers Association's
new slate will assume their dutise.
and he will also serve as the in-
stalling officer for Israel Lodge.
B'nai B'rith. in the Seville Hotel
Sunday at 6 p.m.
Penny Sale Scheduled
The Israelite Center. 3175 SW |
LTMh St., has scheduled a "Penny,
Sale" Saturday at 8:30 p.m. Mem- '
ben and friends have come to
look forward to this annual fun-
filled, money-saving event, with
bargains galore.
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L^e lA'omctn s iAJorld
U March 27. 19^0
Page 5-B
Miami Chapter Observing
(World Jewish Child's Day
.... i of Hadas-
- one day each
.. Childi Da)
a Ihc deaths ol
jcwiib chll-
I ; th Nazi regime in
1 entci laining more than
irg pcopk at Youth Hall
i : nil al School
... disability center. Mon-
MAR-PARV.
KOSHER & PARVE
id
MMM
Hakeskugelamechayeh.
CANTOR
krllc" dovner. seeks position to
hciot" at Passover Sedurim and
H^idays. or year round any
tre in the State of Florida.
day.
For thr pasl several years the
v, omen ol Hadassah have sought
out childrt ti most In n< i d ol love
and understanding from a lulls
underprivileged, mentallj retard-
i n. i motional lj disturbed, o( all
faiths and colors, as well .is those
who have demonstrated anti-social
u ndencies and hav< tn ated tin m
to a nice part} with i nts
i-ntei tainm nt ai d gifts in an ef-
. fort to convo> a pai tit ilarly
i n| ii tan) mi ssa i that in spite
i I everything, they still have the
opportunity to make their lives
hialthy, happy, productive and
m orthw till-
Magiriai Al Goo nan and his
two sons m iii i nt, i tain th
steis ai Yip.,ill Hall, who i u gc in
from 11 to IT Miami Herald
advertising artist Jerrj Shav. will
cive a i halk talk and show his
i ..i toons at Southwi st, u hi re a
I and from I lade ('ounty i ipportu-
rdtj School, will also i ntertain.
I )a\ n! Seitlin is coordinate
the project Mis. Leonard
Si in iIh r ami Mrs Frank Kn utz-
>: are serving as cochairmen.
Shu/tiro's Announcing
Marsha's Engagement
The i ngagem* nt ol Marsha
Shapiro to Bruce Sieg. I has been
announced by hei pan tits Ir
11 '1 Mrs Not an S ia| iro. 1920
NK 197th Tei S'oith Mi m
B. ach
Thi bride-elecl .it tends Yale
School m North Miami; hi r
fJano the son ol Mi and Mrs.
Arthur Siegel, lull ME I97lh
Ter., North Miami Beach, is a
siudi tit at the Univi i sit) i I
Miami
City Giving Away Trees
The Cit;, of Miami B ach was
to give away trees on a first-come-
first-servi d I asis Thursdaj at the
Garden Center behind the new
wing of the Convention Hall in
It brat ion ol the i ity's oath an
niversary. Six typi s of trees an
on the 1HT< birthday present list.
a< cording to John P. Poulos, di-
n ctor of the Pai ks and u. en a-
lion Dcpartmetn. Included are
Alexander and MacArthur palms.
horseradish trees. Jerusalem thorn
trees and yellow showers Proper-
ly owners who wish to take ad-
vantage oi the offer, must present
their latest tax receipt to claim
i their gift, which is limited to two
trees and instructions on their
i arc.
Women's League Card Party
The Lincoln-Miami Beach Chalk-
ier ol the Women's League for
[srai l will celebrate Purim at its
card party Tuesdaj al 12:30 p.m.
th< 100 Lincoln Road Club
Room Rose Dcllcrson is president
i hi group.
This group of ladies posed for this picture at the home of
Mrs. David Miller who hosted a "Kick-off Luncheon" for the
purpose of securing sponsors for the Annual Spring Luncheon
of Sisterhood cf Temple Beth Sholom, to be held April 8 at
the Doral Beach Hotel. From left are Mrs. David Miller,
hostess; Mrs. Philip Pcstelnek and Mrs. David Kaskel.
chairmen of sponsors; Mrs. Meyer Kotler, Sisterhood
president; Mrs. Harold Granoff and Mrs. J. B. Spector.
Spring Luncheon cochairman.
Post and Auxiliary Installs
11 irr) Bi yi r will be install) d as
Commander of Col. David Marcus
Post 7 16, Ji w ish War Veti
and Marg McSherr) as president
oi its Auxiliary at ceremonies to
i.. hi iii in the Washingti n Federal
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Friday. March
27,
' i
Telling It Like
It Is...
fwnco Lwmaii
For man) years I've h< ard tales
about Mount Sinai Hospital: first-
he d, second-hand, unto the third
^ ration' And such silly, sense-
i- h things! When Jean was there,
1. service was wonderful, but l
never wanted to remember or talk
about it. But after a staj "i threi
weeks in the institution. 1 thin!
it about time someone told nbou.
Uii goings-on there let thi
i tall where they may!
It all began on a Saturday, as
1 was driving back from Ever-
};.;. Its National Park With Millie
Mendoza. As l proceeded dowr
Euclid Avenue, the traffic light
uai with me, and I didn't see the
car that came out of the side
street until I plowed into it.
1 heard someone screaming at
tin. top of their lungs, but didn't
! alize it was me. Fortunately. m>
companion was not seriously In-
jured; site says I only stopped
creaming long enough to inquire
il anyone was dead.
In no time at all the Miami
J ach Rescue Squad the greatest
i.\ the world arrived. The tall one
soothed me. and it seemed only a
natter of minutes until the air-
i dance arrived ami i was trans-
i rred to it. my right foot dangling
a. a very unbecoming angle, and
I ..il still flowing (but not as
l.-ii from the gash in my head
Dismiss all the stupid storler
> may have heard about lone
ts in the i mergency room. As
] v. as brought into Mount Sinai's
1 had enough sense to tell the at-
i ant, Call Dr. Lewis Gleuck-
;, | and before I could o illecl
i i toughts Dr. Ghieckaul and his
\ .i' an ny soi ,:.-iv. his v il
S irley and my mother were a',
t I i- tught a glimpse ol M
l s face si \ era! times aftei I
< tors arrived one for my hear1
! one for my foot and I felt '
\.:- iii good hands from the mo
in. it I was wheeled in.
Dr. Iivin II. Willis took 24
si tches to in me back together
he sews a fine seam you
c 't see any of them now. It was
just two weeks before he came to
t me he was making his last pro-
1. -.-ional visit anil would only see
n socially henceforth.
After my i>oor ankle was put lr
east, and I was cleaned up and
I i to bed. the nurses kept a run
i ing check on my blood pressure.
S eone was in to take it every
half hour all through the night.
Several times during my stay
S nuel Gartner came in to set
i ami I thought I'd tease hirr
b> saying the food was awful. (It
really wasn't it was hot and
tasty). But I really enjoyed his
! n sent of a fancy, absolutely gor-
;s dinner that made me feel
likt a wedding gin St,
A number of old f'iemls and ar-
( Intances stopped in to we me
c ing my stay. One ol them was
Ks'.k Meyer, who looked great,
not at all like he did when he
Jean used to play baseball ir
Th. long ago another was
P.a'-on deHirsrh Meyer, dapper as
always, carnation in buttonhole
!! also got me to remembering
when .
V. hen at last my foot had ore
IPtHid to the point where it could
fc* operated on. the surgery wa*
irformed by the "Establishment"
a new and groovy idea which
1< t a whole group of doctors work
on you at once. I loved Dr. Ber-
nard Tarr from the first moment
wh. n he looked at my dangline
| i in the emergency room and
ti me. "You'll be all right." I*
v. as Dr. Lester Russin who came
tut ol th< > i ating ro< m to ush-
. ; ir the operation several
days lati r, though. It was nice to
.i> familiar face I've known
him for years. Dr. Michael A
R isii his son. and Dr. Frank
:.h i. whom I saw only one. and
Dr. W. Stanley Weinkle. who was
cut of town at the time, are also
members of the "Establishment."
Shirley wanted to be absolutely
jure my brains weren't scrambled,
so site called in Dr. Wayne K.
Tobin. I recognized him as a To-
bin immediately, for I knew his
mother in Miami Beach High
School PTA days.
On the way down the hall, as I
was being taken to the operating
room, incidentally. I saw Mrs.
Harry Rogers. Sam Blank and
Sam Mell. whose wife. Ann. is the
Bister of my favorite banker. Clare
Hayden, from Washington Fed-
eral, i Clare has since offered to do
my shopping for me. Isn't she
sweet '.* i
The last thing I remember in
the operating room was Dr. Russin
saying, "You know me. Frances."
and I woke up later in the recov-
ery room after an operation they
said took an hour and 13 minutes
i Isappointingly fast!) and this
movie-star type in a white uniform
i imes over and says. "Hello, I'm
Joy Fiarr. one ol Shirley's best

After the repair work on my
h a and on my foot, I had to
stick around awhile letting nature
00 the rest. And although I'd
ratty r have been home, I liked it
thei : Warner Pa\ilion on
I fl or, 1 haave no com-
. I mi -i go t i a hospil il,
Sinai will be my choice, bul
live and U' well!
tare a- well as medical care, clean
ind cl< an she* ts, and even
the three blankets I always seem
to ne
Most everyone was great on my
my favorites were
Mrs. Mary Walker, Mrs. Palmer.
the I, a I dietician. Miss Alice Ben-
nett, Mrs. Lee Williams and Miss
Joyce Dammann. I'm sure all of
' who were so kind and
thoughtful were not thinking of
is Fiances Lehman but as a
sick person in need of physical
iar-', love and sympathy.
My only complaint is petty -
ope of the girls who brought in
my tray was so fast I never did
see her face the whole time I was
there all I saw was the flip of
her pony tail. Fortunately, the
bedside table was within reach, or,
1 would have starved to death.
Once or twice I had a little
tiouole with the call-bell. The
nurse discovered it wasn't work-
ing the first time, so when I had
no answer to my frantic rings th<
next time. I called a friend of
Shirley's I had just met. Walter
Turner, the night administrator,
and explained the situation. He
was there in just a minute, and
I soon had my pain pill. So you I
see. Mount Sinai is not immune to
mechanical difficulties.
My room was shiny and bright
and cleaned every day. Nurses ,
ped in to say hello, even if I
didn't ring; volunteers brought
11>.>;.> .is well as mail around, and ;
when th.- "Get Well" cards cover-
ed the whole front glass of my I
loom, my familv thought it was
time for me to go home.
Never again will I listen to any
tall-tales about Mount Sinai .
I'm ashamed I ever believed them
before. As far as I'm coneerned,
it's the greatestnext to Mother,
Jcre and Shirley.
Fray da Geftman
Becomes the Bride
Of Alfred Schere
Fravda Ronnie Geftman. daugh-
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man, OT10 SW 35th Ter., became
( the bii.lc of Aid. d Lynn Schere
' in a f. p.m. ci r. m.mv at Temple
Zion Sunday. March 22 Rabbi Sol
Landau and Cantor William Lip-
son of;',, iated al I le rit< which
weir fi llowi i bj tion and
dim r honoring
a n :'-!' red nursi, tl m w Mrs
Sch. n is a gra lu of So thw< st
s. nioi High Sen ind Miami-
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and Beveriv Rice, and Simone
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After a honeymoon cruise to the
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at home in Pens icola.
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(lie Louise Waterman Wise
Youth Hostel in Jerusalem, which
was huilt and is maintained b/tlv
women of the American Jewish
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arts of the world, will
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s la). Apt il 2.
Tlv luncheon pn mam will be
v. Afti 11......'. at the rpera." Mrs
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i taking reservations, and they
maj also be made at the American
J w i> i c 'ongi ess office
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*'*" ^ *^>I VVUT Ul'*-' ^^
(1 block south of old location)
Tel. 444-6518
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, March 27, 1970
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US. JOSEPH MfUH ration \ I nites
mnie Bramson,
\spph B. W/fWg
Fontaine*
h Hotel Satui lay. March 21.
. B-.rw Bran son. daughter
Ur and Mrs. T. I Bramson, 36
,'p- \orth Bay Heights, Hie
Milberg the son
|lr. awl Mrs Uster H. Milberg
few York Cil
bride, wh ira luated from
J.. Cables St-Pi ir High School
ih. L'mv" rs I ol Miami, and
ushai d, a a I ite of Bar-
l'Sc! ol !' >>s '" Kiverdale.
G)i i Southern Col-
i n si li N York City.
Linda K. Green,
Bruce J. Brotman
Marry At Beth Am
Linda Karen Green and Bruce
Jay Brotman were marri i in a
j Temple Beth Am ceremony per-
formed b) Rabbi Herbert M.
Paumgard 5ui lav. March 22. The
lonor, bride smaida Shai ia Posnc r
buffet brunch il Kings Ba; Yacht
and Country Club.
A '.: aduati ol Coi il Gardes Si
i r High St h the brid
'iii' nts are Mi nd :
Crei n, 1231 i : cctas A Coral
Gabli b attend* Sarah Lawn i
College in Ni w Y n k, and ura I -
ated from the University ol Miami
i The !>i iiieuro-in oi .Mi ;,i;.|
Mrs. Situl Brotman, North Bergen
N.J.. graduated from Fairleigh
Dickinson University and earned
his law degree at the University
ol Miami.
For her wedding, the new Mrs.
Brotman chose a white silk or-
ganza gown v\ ith delicate Swiss
Schiffli embroidery and double
vertical satin banding woven the
| entire length, from the modified
Victorian collar to the hemline.
and ri'|>cated on the full Bishop
sleeves ami full chapel-length
train, which was attained at the
; waist. A triple satin bow accented
the high-rise waist. Streamer'! of
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\o\ i bows and knots accent) il
tlv Victorian bouquet of white
i -'- an I baby's bn ath,
The bride was attended by maid
it honor Linda Sue Solomon, Mrs.
Philip C. Fox, matron of honor,
and Wendy Ho|m- Green. Ronald
Brotman was the groom's best
nan. and Lester Brotman. Robert
Green, Joel Brotman and Kric
Wenke ushered
The couple will live in St. Louis,
Mo., after a wedding trip to the
Florida Keys
Susan Iris Levine and her bride-
groom, Michael Joseph Kurt/, left
f-.r a honeymoon in Jamaica after
their wedding and reception in the
Algiers Hotel Sunday, March -'"-'
Rabbi Sol Landau officiated at the
.' p.m, c Temdrili s unit; I
t ouplc in mat i lage.
The bride, daughti r ol thi late
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Levine, .- a
i adt ate of Miami S< ni r High
School and the University l Mi-
-i lif< memh if Del
Bl (' and past pri sident
B'rith Young Adults, She is also a
ni mber ol Ao itn I 1 atr<.
A aduate ol Mian i S i ior
I ligh Schi ol, the bridi i son
i Mr, and Mrs, Lo lis 1st;/ 6321
SW 89th Ct., is a past lent of
Beth David ATID.
The bride's sisti r, Mrs Judith
Mi ckli i. was her matron "I honoi;
bridesmaids included the groom's
sister, Mrs. Lila Mirsky, Mrs. S i
san Sorrentino, Lori Jo Meckler
and .Mi Beth Meckler, Janna Lynn
Meckler was flower girl.
Irving Mirsky served as the
groom's best man: ushers included
MRS. MKHAU J. KURTZ
Leonard Mtckler, Jeff Spar, Sol
Siiverman, Howard Sorkin ar.d
1 '.- rbi i Zimmerman.
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Friday, March 27
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Te npl Beth Am presented
Jew York Metropolitan Opera
ritone Robeil Merrill in their
ocent forum and concert series,
wompanii d at iho piano by
Eugene B >ss irt. ttis program
s very well received, and he
. ttive audience
everal encores. After the pro-
ram the temple held a recep-
n ;''>; Mr. Mei i ill.
Rabbi Hi rbi 11 Bauniifard's wife
ore a midnight blue silk i ep
ong sleeved dress. !i fi atured
dr >p insi i and the w is(
ilk i I 'he w ife
' i' ntn M'chl el Kyi: was i:i B
il ic knit iI'': dress ha l rti
scai w hich en le I .it the
ii > line in slight Flares. Mrs.
! swell Dau 11* a black
. i; coc ctail suit with a w list
ming i icket,
Mrs. Milton Russinof's two
lece black silk suit was trim-
ned tii jel but:ons cm the
icket. Mrs. Joan Schwartzi
-elected .! black silk jumper >^;!li
n iced blue satin blouse. Mrs
U thUT Winter was in a pui ,'1
tool, li was topped with a long
acket detailed with gold but-
ons. Black with the white trim
- seen on Mrs Morton Schultz.
Tin mint-gre< n coat dress worn
> Mrs. A. Budd CuUe* was
ing sleeved with contrasting
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Shoshana Damari Star ISSkls IS:
Of 'Israel' Show
Shoshana Damari, who has been who has been called
dubbed "Israeli's Firsl Lady hi world's great folfc-s
Song" ill star in the -Israel 22" sing songs ol Israel
Also l luled to a|
buttons down the front. Mrs
Ben Klein's choice was a royal
blur suit, it was double breast-
ed and was worn with ;> cowl
necked, powder blw blous '. Mrs.
Bill Baros topped her white Iress
with a turquoise and white
sheer wool plaid coat.
Mrs. .Toe s ilomon's bla 'k sheer
wool was top;"' i with a I pes-
trj woi 'ti coal In bl ick, brow n
and white floral motil pattern.
Mi <. Mu j l' il I in eh ise royal
hlu In a wool knil i
Her dress feat ired h w hit > >ke
and mat coat. M
. u hite enb oid 're I
|" |>i >vi n bl n se w is
kl v ith s'r...Il v.hite dots
and had tin hi I >w 1 neck-
line,
Mi R erl M llei in ;i
nauticallj ensembl< Hei
navy blui dress featured the
Imp >] t itit long e irf iroun l
the neckline. Mrs. Nathan New-
man's silk knit \\
11 mes ol blue bn ? i ite. Il
was an abstract fl ral print w ith
a bateau neckline, and bi
It ngth sleevi s. Mis. Al Lew is
chose a for< -t green sheer v
Ii had the hi'.:l> Jewel neckline,
long sleeves, and was encircled
waist with a wide silk bell
in multi-colo v.i shad< ol
Ned "one of the
is will
and Yemen
Also f luled to appi 'ii on the
show arc Hi Iva and David, the
lop singing duo ol Israel, who
brightest, y*J
Nehemla Sharabi iln v,g"
tnunents wl
!an,-es. Bnd .
Dancer* who
heiitae, ami
rael through color,
Tickets an
ditorium boM ,.
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show ;it the Miami Beach Audito-
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r Shmuel Fi rshko, lias an-
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A pel lo! in, i on radio, tele\
films and reconis, Miss Damari,
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March 27. 1970
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B Stremlining Itself To Meet Needs Effectively
, uk 1970 Biennial Tho stu.lv determined that ti re ship for the J-wish communitv. prow commuatatlon between the sion ol authority."
ih' National Jewish
Washington,
legate*
L.ntin ";
Lr,. Board
footed the recommendation
committee and voted
itself in order to
,.,ls of Jewish indlvid-
famli"1'
'Jjuwand Jewish eommuni-
'-., effectively. The commit-
U, conducted a three-year
,scertain Hie primary
Jewish persona and com-
..,,! formulate projec-
ospectivc needa ror the
I and the aervjcea re-
,0 meel Ihese n"'ls
.rou|,s which 'hi' study re-
I ,,, i. served mow
i arc teenagers, <-<>ll< u-o
. |.. young adults, .
i inn Jewish popula-
wl, i-merging aenior
I ,. | ihoso who could ben-
( s of Ji wish
1 |y Centers bill who do
I s of the scrv-
ime.
re pressing need! to strengthen
Jewish identity. Improve the qual-
ity and stability of Jewish families,
ii apond to personal and srx-ial dif-
ficulties, Increase the sense of
jrwish community, develop rele-
vant public affairs programs re-
lated to lx>th Jewish concerns and
general societal problems, use cul-
tural arts more effectively, pro-
mote a more intensive and under-
standing aenae el the n latedro sa
of American Jes in Israel, d< -
v lop new ami effective leadcr-
the Jewish Community Center and
the community at large, meet spe-
cial religious, communal and social
welfare nit (Is r,f Jewish service-
men and hospitalized veterans.
Tlie study committee recom-
mended that jwii streamline its
< rganizational structure to Im-
prove its service and the delivery
Of its services, to Involve |H'i sent
and potential l< aders in activities
end decision-making more effec
I'm Ij than at present, and to lm-
national organization and its local
affiliates.
The adoption of the recommen-
dations means that more loosely
organized geographical councils,
directly n*siorisH>le*T6 th"e national
in'-.-ani/ation. will replace the i-ur-
n-nt highly-structured region as
the "basic Intermediate body" be-
iv e, n JWB ami its local affiliates,
thus avoiding "unnecessary and
elaborati structural ami organiza-
tional arrangements and confu-
The recommendations also pi ,-
\ide for the establishment ol <
planning and evaluation commit-
tee to assure the continuing ada >-
tatlon of JWB's program ard
structure to changing conditio -
and needs. In addition, the rcc-
ommendations called for mphasia
i ii quality of staff and foi pam a
oi qualifii d outsidi consultants
provide expert consultation in s| -
realized fii Ids for timt -limit !
projects.
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Arrange now to '.ve like KINGS and QUEENS!
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The SHOREHAM OCEAN CLUB will have an unusually fine selection of
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Four types of 2 Bedroom 2 Bath units. Three types of Studios. Also,
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Model Apartments are ready for your visit at the site of the future
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While there, be sure to scout' the immense property whose private beach
fronts over 300 feet on the OCEAN. Note t>^t it adjoins a near mile of
landscaped oceanfront beach (Lummus Park) abso'utely the finest in the
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Also, note how tremendously convenient it is to supermarkets, all kinds
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Rabbi Tibor H. Stern was the recipient of the Jerusalem
Peace Award at the recent Jacob C. Cohen Community
Synagogue Testimonial Banquet. It was conferred upon him
by Dr. Jacob Vainstein. chairman of the City Council cf
Jerusalem. Looking on is Mrs. Stern (right) and Jacob C.
Cohen 'left). In response to an appeal by Rabbi Stern, the
audience of more than 900 persons, purchased S392 000
in Israel Bonds.
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Engineers Hear Medical School Panelists
Lice Sfonder Dovid Sifier
DONALD 0LA88MAN
: Mr. and Mrs.
I m. will conduct the
I ... Temple
|i brat* Ins Bar
\ il 9 a -ii Saturday,
| West Ml
i ol, wh !' > '-
the cele-
r ol the Little

, |'s |vi" >>'s w ill HobI the
but Friday evening, the
[iush foJowing Hi' rvicea on
, turday ev< rdng
I nor, with n lath I and
Lb from the Miami and Miami
[
l> \\ II GLH hMW
(hi son "i Mr.
-, i Glii kman, HI |h
tod to t ih .is a Bar Mita>
:> 28, during
i .... "in,tid
| : | Kingsley at
N'orth I M'l'
idi student
imi Junior High
:'. .-'.pi- Sinai's
i .. s li' n cently won
I .. utoi ical i-ini-
I. ihi North Miami
I has in -'ii the
for i ice Hence
.'. studii s.
NAI'RIt E XTANDEB
,-ii Saturday.
28 Ma ii i<' Stuart, the
i i;..i aid Stand-
Mitzvah.
uli student at Ma
.%;. Fisher Junior High School, the
(cl'hrant plays trumpet in thr
si hc)l luynl, anil has win awards
1. r excellence in tin Science Fair.
Helping Maurice tu ci lebrate
the occasion will be ins grand-
parents, Mrs. Pearl Stander ami
Mr and Mis. Nathan Schwartz.
ALLAN KLOTZ
Rabbi Naftall Porush will offi-
ciate at the Bar Mitzvah of Allan,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mi < er
Klotz, ,>t young Israi "t < In at< r
.Miami s iturday, M irch 28.
Allan is a Student at Thomas
Ji if. rson Junior High Seho
ns to maiM' m -. i i and
mat ln< biolo .
AIL will hi st the
Kidri lowin the i .. -
and brations for family and
11 ii i Saturri IS inday rve-

An: ':.<; th. !,. i >n d guests ill
i~ grand| Mr. ami Mis.
H. Richman >'. Lodi, \J. His
i rot ii' i". Steve, a mid in in
the r.s. Nav.il Academy, ami his
sisters, Miriam Klotz, a student at
the University of Florida, and
Mis. Allan Levin, who is coming
from San Francisco with hi r hi s-
band and childn n, will also
|.. i si nt lor tin

now \ miss
. na, Um da i iter of Mr. ami
'i David !! s t North Mi
B" ach, "ill "i s. i-.. i r Bat Mitz-
vah Friday i March -~. at
1.1 i h i'"i ah Congregation.
A stud) nt at John F. Kennedy
Ji nior High School, Donna has
i n attending Beth Torah's Har-
old Wolfc Ri llgious School, where
she will continue Ik r J wish edu-
cation.
DAVID sn/.KK
s ii inlay mori Ing, March 28, at
r, th Torah Congregation, David,
- in ot Mr and Mrs. Stanley
Sit r nf North Miami !' ach, will
bs< i M his liar Mitzvah.
.\ -., venth grade student at John
V Ki nn d> Junior High School,
l vid i lans to continue his Jewish
education at Beth Torah's Harold
\\olk ReligMMia School.
The celebrant will i>c honored
jit a deception In Temple Emanu- Dr. Jacob Klfae, chairman of the On the panel with Dr Klin .
El Sunday evening. His grand' n'%' i^ity of Miami Biomeiiie.'ii organizer and chairman ol these -
mothers, Mis. Toby Newman of I tngineerbjg Program, described a sion, were Dr. Alberto Budkln
Hew York, and Mrs. Frank Sttzer "fe-tavfat systems approach toltlie Miami Heart Institute, who -
oi Miami, will l>c among the the on-site. Immediate treatment a member of the l.'-M School of
gtiesta at the festivities. ol accident and battlefield casual- Medicine's clinical and l.iomeiln
M.\KK i.ii'MW ,IS in a mce*hig with electrical engineering program faculty, ai I
MsrtwutM un of l Arthur Lipman, 8822 SW 17th Vc" u "ns Wl' k which was con- the I'-.M School of Medicine's ful -
I'i will becomi Bar Mitzvah at siderlng the topic "Engineering in time faculty and the faculty -if tl
Temple Or Olom Saturday morn- Emergency Medicin. "
March 28.
Mark is a student at Rockwaj
Junior High School, whi re he is in
In level
Mr. and Mrs, Lipman will host
the Oneg Shabbal Friday evening,
the Kiddush in the T mpl< fol
ing the ci remonii s on Saturday,
ai d t ion and dinner honor-
ing the ci Ii brant at thi ii home
Satunlay eveni
sts will ii
Mr. and Mis.
I!i n Lipman, ind Mr. and ."' -
I >a\ id I. Ml S .lack Pi i Its,
Mrs. Syh in !. \> is, Mrs. (
IVIlci u lei daught r, 11
i Ch uid Mr, and
Mrs. vioi i is i: nston, fri
sachusetts,
LEGAl NOTICb
dical engineering program
LEGAL NOTICE
LYLE MARKOWITZ
Lyle, thi son of Mr. and Mrs
!arv1n M !)121 SW 20th
St., will b. Bai Mn. vah at Ti mple
r t Horn Saturday, March 28,
Lyle attends Roekway Junior
High School, v n he is in the
. ighth grade, and is ,i formi r
mbi i of a Khourj Li .i tue bas -
ball t' am.
'i Ik (i Ii I int | arents ill hosl
i In (In ibbal Fi ida> nighl is
wi il as the Kidd sh ifter the
services Saturday and hold a re-
i : tlon In his honor at horn Sat-
urday evi ning
Mrs. I',. || i Ri it. r and Mrs. Mir-
iam Markowitz, Lyle's grand-
mothers, will be among the hon-
(.id guests at the f' stivitii s
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0ewisli Floridian
tern.
Florida March 27, 1970
Section C
Yeshiva Day School Elects
Irving Seidel First President
,,. vl sau-s executive Irving
li*! a former president <>f Beth
^,'Congregation, North Miami
day icbooli in the United States
and Canada. Information on reg-
istration procedures may be ob-
tained by calling the school, a per-
mnnent site for which is being
MUght in thi> North Dade area.
Mr. Seidel, a former vice presi-
dent of the Southeast Region.
United Synagogue of America,
was chairman of its t>oard of edu-
cation as well ;iS Beth Torah Con-
nation's. He is a former si nior
vice commander of the Arthur I.
Adler Pest, Jewish War Veterans.
and served as a volunteer coordl-
RatOl for the Combined Jewish
Apiwal in North Dade for two
years. Mr. Seidel helped establish .
Ihe joint synagogue effort for the
("JA in that area.
Federations Host 3-Day Conference
IRVING SflDU
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
l elation and the Jewish Welfare
I Federation of Greater Hollywood
' will co host a Young Leadership
Regional Conference at the Diplo-
mat Hotel the weekend of May 13.
Young leadership from through-
ut the State ot Florida have bet n
iii\it.-d to the three-day confer-
ence, which is being sponsored by
the Young Leadership Cabinet of
ih. United Jewish Appeal and the
('ommittee of 11 ad i ship I > velop-
men! ol the National Council of
| mher of
Gii it' r Miami,
L b,>en i I pn sldenl ol
h, .. |j -i ii ish< (I Yeshiva Day
L is i \: cted to open
I ki orarj quarters at
190 NE lTls, St..
I'niih Miami R- ach.
Othi ell eti d to servi
e educationti institution for the
tuning y< ai Ii Milton Gotl-
n and Jacob I CMrnofsky, *4ce
residents; Mrs Jonah Caplan, re-
Jirding seen tar>; Mrs. Ellen
I i fsky, ci rresponding si ere-
iry, and Ei i Field, treasurer,
The hool u ill offei chikin n of
hvisl fan throu ;hout the
South Brow ard
i l traditional
I ication and a
di i irricu-
mi. !: issi s will include
u ten, first ami
Vdditional grades
be csi lati i as
ration ai rants
Program ol the school, which
not affiliated with any syna-
gogue 01 lex .i! instil ition, will cm-
frasia..... || classes and Individ-
Malizid alti r tum and the provision
th- finest educational facilities
1 txith religious and general
P'uiiies. it win i>e affUlated with
JToiuh I'mcsorah, the National So*
Irifty for Hebrew Dav School
Ivhich servi nearly 403
fffCHARD HORWICH
Is,
Hebrew
I Mo"on L. Mandel of Cleveland
hl. was elected prerident
Oh
the
.. of
National Jewish Welfare
^d (]WB) at the cW cf its
Judea To Honoi
Sidney W. Langer,
Temple President
A reception-dance will be held
I in the social hall of Temple Judea
^f Coral Cables Saturday evening.
April 11. to honor the temple's
president, Sidney \v. Langer, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Richard J. Horwlch, vice president
! I,! the temple's board of trustees.
Mi. Horwich will serve as chair-
man of the evening's festivities,
which will begin at 8:30 p.m.. with
the entire congregation in attend-
ance. Refreshments and a society
orchestra are part of the out-
standing program being planned
in honor of Ml Langer, who has
sei v. d as president of the con-
gregation for the past two years.
Mrs. Ida Leff Reelected
Mrs. Ida Leff, who was recently
I reelected president of Beth Jacobs
Sisterhood, and the officers who
, will serve with her for the coming
year were installed by the tem-
ple's spiritual leader, Rabbi S. T.
Swirsky, at B gala lunch, on in the
Rita Pla/a Hotel. Officers include
vice presidents Mrs. Pauline Thur-
Bton, Mrs. Ann Balda and Mrs.
1.sther I.eitson; Mrs. Ida V. Swir-
sky. chaplain and recording secre-
tary; Mrs. Fannie Perlstein. treas-
urer, and Mrs. Rose laufrouben.
corresponding secretary. Sunshine
-------at the close ol n
**nl Biennial Convention in
r^mqton. D.C. Formerly a
^president of J WB. Mr. Man- ,
tha R *e national President oil chairman Is Mrs. Betty Blelberg;
Bureau for Careers in Jew- Mrs. Mary Kantor is entertain-
federations and Welfare ment chairman and Mrs. Ann Pol-
Unds- lack is refreshment chairman.
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds.
Serving as cochairmen of the
COnfen nee will lie Mr. and Mrs.
Howard J. Ti in/ of Miami, and Dr.
and Mrs. Charles Friedman of
Hollywood. Two of the keynote
i speakers will be Irving Blum, pres-
i ii nt of the Associated Jewish
Charities Welfare Funds, Inc.,
ol Baltimore, Md.. and Philip Bern-
stein, executive vice president of
the National Council of Jewish
i Federations and Welfare Funds.
Officers Elected
By JWV Auxiliary
The Norman Bruce Brown Aux-
i! ai v 174. Jewish War Veterans,
elected the officers for 1970-1971
Bl a recent business meeting.
The new slate includes Mrs. Mae
& hri iber, president; Mrs. Claire
GreenwaId and Mrs. Emma Lefko- |
witZ, vice presidents; Mis. Kate
Graham, treasurer; Mrs. Hannah
Sat/, recording secretary; Mrs
Syd Stcinhardt, corresponding sec-
retary; Mrs Pauline Smith, chap-
lain; Mrs Ida Danziger, patriotic
instructor; Mis. Pearl Weinstein.
conductress; Mrs. Syd Steinhardt.
histoiian; Mrs. Dorothv Dittman,
t;uard Mn Edith Feibelman, flag
bearer Mrs Essie K linsky, color
I; se Aekerman and
Mrs. s Iviu Liebman, banner
bearers and Miss Freda Feingold,
Mrs Ei ther Jacobs and Mis.
. "at ii i ine Monis a: trusti i s.
A joint installation ceremony
will Ik held by the Post and Aux-
iliary at 8 p.m. Saturday. April is.
in the meeting hall at 4601 West
Flagler St.
Brotherhood Hears
Sen. Robert Shevin
Discuss Pollution ,
Sen. Robert L. Shevin will dis-
cuss "Pollution Problems" at the
monthly breakfast meeting of the
Temple Beth Sholom Brotherhood '
in the temple's Silverman Assem-
bly Hall at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, ac-
cording to an announcement made
by Martin I.. Sterner. Brothcr-
lu ihI president.
Aaron Fair, program chairman
said the program will lie open to
the general communiU as well as
Prothei hood members. The price
Ol $1 Will cover the cost of the
breakfast, Mr. Fair said, adding
thai the subject of pollution in our
aiea is of major concern to all of
i us, and the Brotherhood is fortu-
nate to have an authority like Sen
consent to speak to them on the
I subject.
Temple Beth Sholom's Brother*
i hood supports its Youth Activities
program, of which Joseph Novel
i is chairman.
Residents of the Royal Embassy have scheduled a rund-
raising breakfast Sunday morning in their building's
card room on behalf of the 1970 Combined Jewish Appeal
and Israel Emergency Fund campaign of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. Pictured above at a planning meeting
for this affair are, left to right A. C. Fine, co-chairman;
Margaret Fine and Joseph Rosenblum, co-chairman. Other
committee members are Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bear, Mr.
end Mrs. Edward Dokson. Mrs. Ida Lear. Mr. and Mrs.
Saul Lippman, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller. Mr. and Mrs.
Moses Rippa, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Shapiro and Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Ullman. The guest speaker will be Ben Essen,
chairman. Residence and High-Rise Division.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Robinson were hosts for the first Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund meeting ever
held at the Carriage House. More than 75 residents attended
the Brunch which produced excellent results for the cam-
paign. Left to right, Julius Darsky, Chairman of the Carriage
House CJA-IEF Committee; Mrs. Darsky; Dr. Leon Kronish.
spiritual leader cf Temple Beth Sholom; Mrs. Alex Robinson
end Mi. Rcbinson.
More than 140 persons attended the Harbour House Break-
fast held on behalf of the 1970 Combined Jewish Appeal and
Israel Emergency Fund campaign. The Honorable Shepard
Broad. Mayor of Bay Harbor Islands, was the guest speaker
at the affair which produced an increase in giving over
1969. Left to right are Mayor Broad; Robeit Blum. Jr..
Ellison Kosoff and Jacob Rabinowitz, cochairmen.
A Crystal House Cocktail Party on behalf of the 1970 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign,
produced a 70 percent increase over 19S9. Left to right. Louis
Harris. Co-chairman; Arthur S. Rosichan. Executive Vice
President, Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Max Mitchell,
Co-chairman; and Myron J. Brodie, Assistant Executive
Director, Greater Miami Jewish Federation.


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Friday. March 27.
Miami Beach Author's
Fourth Book Debuts
Awards Given Bv Heart Institute At
Hebrew teacher and authoress
Shoshannah Sjieetor will l* hon-
oi-cd Tuesday at 8 \>.m. with a
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paaW program marking the
debut of her latest book. The
Five Young Heroes of Israel." The
[rogBun. to be held ;it tlie Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami. 2400
line Tnv Dr.. Miami Beach, is
called "An i:\vning With Sho-
.-.hannah Specter," and will include
,i review t her Uwk by writor-
broa.lcHstir Larry Kins:, who ap-
I* a reel with MTSi SpcctOT on radio
i rograma almost 20 yean ago.
A teacher at Miami-Dad. Junior
College, Mrs. Spector, who lias
taught Hebrew at the Hebrew
Academj for the past 18 years,
also conducts Hebrew classes In
the Catskill Mountains, when shi
does her writing during the sum-
mers. Her first book, published
f.\, years ago, was entitled "He-
brew Made Easy." 'The Seder
That Almost Wasn't." was fol-
lowed by a cookbook called "My
Jewish Kitchen." Hi latest effort
is being published simultaneously
In New York and Isra
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual
kader of Temple Ner Tamkt will
m rve as chairman of the "Eve-
ding With Shoshannah Spector";
Howard Friedman. Mrs. Tr
Sigman and Mrs. Jack Greenberg
are cochairmen. Among the
n .! guests will be Mian-;
Mayor and Mrs. Jay Derm r and
Mis. Specter's publish Moshe
Sheinbaum, who will con-..' from
New York foi thi occt -
Wllesole Distributors of
More than 160 friends of Miami
Heart Institute attended its re-
cent awards dinner |rt>. wli.ie
they were Riveted by Oamer Dem-
ir.g, institute president, ami heard
a presentation on heart disease
jpast, ireenl and future by Dr.
[Richard Etas.
Award! were pavaaMftad "the
[wonderful people whose generosity
! has helped Miami Heart Institute
! io provide the newest facilities
and equipment for care ol cardiac
U-M Honor Society
Taps Miss Blumin
For Membership
Brenda Blumin a senior at the
L'niversity >.f Miami, has bei n
tapped for mi n bi rship in Mortar-
board, the highest women's honor
society at L*-M Miss Blumin is
the recent winner of th<- two high-'
i st awards given to sororitj wom-
en the May A, Brunson Award
for having the highest academic
avenge >">' out of a possible i<"
and the Mary B. Merril Award i>r
her outstanding contributions to
sorority and Panhellenic.
A graduate of Southwest Miami
High School Brenda. the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Moisey Blumin,
8S30 SW "xtth Ter.. is immediate
past president of Sigma ivlta Tail
sorority, and past secretary <>i
Acs lemii Affairs t< graduate Student Government. A
member of Rho I^imlxla honor
. Miss Blumin, whose en-
gi gemenl io Bruci S. Rubin ol the
Ronald Levitt public n lations firm ]
has been anaounced, i> list' d In
Wtao's Who in American Colleges
,t '. L'niversiti -
patients" by Dr Matthew Bradley.
Reaeiving Patron Awaids were
\it. and Mrs. Harry Parness, Mrs.
Ralph W. Showalter, Mr. Joseph
Stetson. I>r. ami Mrs. Samujel L.
Turek. Mr. and Mrs. Saul Wollmr
and Mrs. Ruth Yablick.
Builder Oertlfkafc Awards w
preseiUud^u -Nlr- and ^lrs- Kmil
I Tied lander and Jacob J. Lans-
hurgh.
Recipients ot Donor Certificates
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Mr. and Mis l..r,d.ss M. DaHSS,
Thomas R Gartland, Mr. and Mrs.
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' Harold Ryan. Mrs A '
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Council Contest
Mebbn, a fa
,,f Bay Harbor
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x resident of the
Mianv *" ,19;h;- *?
lldate, his wife,
children, Jon, 16,
d Evie, i. make
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> Jen is* fBorkBon
Friday, March 27
Seagull Hotel To
Entertain ^ oulh
Of Dade County

than 100 of Dade County's
Jewish boys ami Ms .
; rid igh school age w ill be enti r-
thr week nd ol April 2-4
I Seagull Coroncl Hotel's
impli x.
ecial "Encounter with
i id" weekend is being spon-
sored ": 'I' Lubavitch Youth Oi
..; ation, and will include semi-
i .- discussion groups, work
- ,j services, singing and danc-
ii |, ,i h\ local chassldim am!
i ii wi\,s who will be living
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A highlight ol the weekend will
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th. Miami Beach Auditorium Sat-
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i upe "i 15 singers and dancers
who will "do their tiling chassid-
li llj The troupe, which will be
n a king its headquarters in tli<
Coronet Until, is expected to
"kei the place alive" thai week-
end, according lo Rabbi Abraham
Kori regional director of South
i .-t Luba\1tch
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Sara Madison. Mr. Rubin, Augusta Levine, Sarah Katz.
Helen Schneider and Oscar Levine.
MS Society Installation
C. E. "Woody Woodcock will i
be installed as executive vice pres-
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Society of South Florida at an In-
stallation dinner-dance Saturdaj
evening, May 2, in the Shelborne
Hotel. Mr. Woodstock, president ol
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I),,,,;,,, E I rn y-i M/Sgt. William Levenson
I ui mi h esli> al I o Feature iJL. ^ af klmu
Middle East's Besl Talent
Ml ET*
^Hfl RE*
mini
iiDDm
.nCPIl II
i Herl Freund, her son. Richard, age 7, and li!:!e
'-.-sisted with this year's collections for the
Id annually by the Subuiban League Women
sup;- irw ty Children's Hospital in its caie of cancer
9?
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n
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i I (I Ktrawgate
| fn m Tli
ini i pai i> .''
mc recent-
I to ride who
mi more, their
I. three daughtei b,
yhh.\. .i.nifi ami ram. Their
its won Tii. Deputy < iovi r-
dI I'tlorn Province in Thai-
land .u (l his u Ife .Mr. ami Mr*.
r.iMHirlnuN ri>.irinani. who arc
on a Stati Department tour ol
"ii United States, and Or. and
Mrs.J;ukl).i\is ol I "oral Gables
The Strawgatrs, members of the
(iiuiKiioi International VMtora.
. d the Thai guesta as part
ui the CI\"s program ol having
loreigi ii loa and students
lisit in American homes.
.Mrs Srisaracam, herself the
i th< i ol s. \.n. was so en-
nan,-..i with the Strawgate's
|youni sh< ii slated the)
i ii\ the hotel so she

I" i (jilt.
Ian) pVe-
is oni shi i I
.'. 'i ii a- .i hikl. The l>
(;..\ rnoi and his \\ ifi also gave
the Straw] ates an invitation lo
\ isii their homi in Thailand, so
if tli. Strawgates vacation in
Asia this imrro r instead ol
Ruropi as usual, it will be be-
cauac ol their new-found friends
in Thailand.
*
l>r. Seymour J. Gardner, Wor-
shipful Master of Miracle Lodge
No. 321, F&AM, lias announced
the appointment of l>an Kami*
and Kil < uiiinir as e.icliaiimen
of the lodge's "Miracle Fellow-
ship Nite" dinner part) m the
Playboy Club at 7 p.m Wednes-
day, during which Al Bodaer,
editor oi the lodge publication,
will be honored. Attorney Frank
Marks, a Past Master, will !
the master ol ceremonies

. formi is Wii| dig ; their 1 -
HI in the .,..,..
ol 1970 to l
Moshe Coni n gat oi .
Beach Auditorium Thui
ning, April 2.
Hi adlining the show an a pair
1 ingers, Jo Amar and Sara
A\iani. plus the zany Ayalons, a
top musical comedy quart t. Back-
ing them will Ix- comedian Bernie
Berns, accordion virtuoso Shlomo
Ral Inovicl and the Dahlia Din. -
i iv a east that like Israi I it-. II
in Ings togi tli. r Ji us from all
over the world. Mr. Amar Is a na-
tive ol Morccco, Miss Aviani is a
Yemenite aabra, her husband, Ra-
tinovici, was horn in Rumania,
:.ntl product r-director Al ie Kadui i
comes from Baghdad B< n i- an
American, as are the dazzling
Dahlia Danct rs, a j" ip ol Young
Judt ans dedic: led to stud) Ii
Israeli i
nic Jo Amai
. this countrj for \
- II. has
Smorgasbord For
11 ad assail Benefit
A "smoiga be held
dm Wei, mann < ii oui
Sundaj in ('arpentt i -
151 SW 'Tiii A\ in--
al 5 30 p.m., w Ith pi ocet ds allo-
. ited to the Hadassah Medical Or-
i I. itT1. ill.
('hairmi n of the "I lining < >m Is
I"un" evening are Miss Hazel Mar-
I m and Miss Sadie Weinberger.
There "ill be more than 20 varie-
ties "f foot! to choose from or
one may choose them all.
Dinner will be followed bj an
i vening ol fun and games, and
iool pi i/es will be awarded.
d on th" concert si ige
' Can Hall, a i i
ance wtllch earned him high praise
the critics, His coi ci rts and
igi ments have tak-
n him through most of the wot Id,
nd hi recently made a 10-day
tour of Israi I, where he is hail-
l d as thai nation's Frank Sinatra.
Miss Aviani. who has appeared
throughout the Middle and Far
Last, and in much of Latin Anier-
li a a- w.ii as the United States,
has also made many recordings
and appeared on the Ed Sullivan
TV -how.
The Ayalons have been together
since the 1948 Israel War of In-
dependence and are favorites
wherever they perform,
Tick, ts for the Israi I Put im
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M/Sgt. William I.i venson son
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icrvici it 1 akhli R pyal Thai \FB,
Thailand.
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I. \enson, an aircrafl ma I ince
superintendent in ceremoni*s
Seymour Johnson AFB, in no Ih
Carolina, where he is now serving
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Hadassah Groups*
Meetings of the Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah this week
will include the events listed be-
low.
A beautiful and unusual musical
program has been arrangid for
Ihe Youth Aliyah luncheon meet-
ing of the llerzl Group Monday
r.oon in the Americana Hotel, ac-
cording to an announcem nl bj
Mrs. Ben Zeigmund, presidi nl
Mrs. Leo Chaiken and Mrs. Zcig-
id are taking reservations.

Th< Emma Laxaros Group will
Schedule for Week
hold its annual Youth Aliyah ben-
Icfit m the Algiers Hotel Monday
at 11:30 a.m. Brunch will be fol-
1 wed by entertainment and the
awarding of special pria -

An Kye Bank brunch and card
, iain will be held by the Israeli
Croup Monday noon in the Algfc n
Hotel.

A "Fun Nite in Las Vegas" will
b held in Temi le Nt r Tanud's
Social Hall Saturday night by th.
Renanah Group. Proceeds will go
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PTA, was awarded national hon-
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PTA's.
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president of I' ilm Spi ings 3 inior
HI -'. Si hool'a PTA, and vice presi-
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v \\ ; rrtber ol thi I >h
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si nior vice presidi nt "i the Ladl '
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.- pi ings Posl 681, J< wi ih War V. i-
i ans, yo ith \ ice : 11 sidi nt i il the
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\ ci pn sidi nt. sin has also b
, ii cted president of the Miami
Council of B'nai B'rith Wonv n.
Junior Conclave
At Owaissa Bauer
Some 12b lounc. judaeans from
Hialeah, Miami. Miami Beach,
North Miami, Forl Lauderdale,
'.' -i Palm B< ach and Cape K. n-
i. dy atti nded last wei k< nd's
Hashachar Juni r Conclave at
Camp Owaissa Bauer near Home-
sti a i
The fourth, fifth and sixth -.:- idi
students participated in a program
t [srai h singing and dancing, arts
and crafts, sports, a movie, camp-
and crafts, sports, a movie and
eampfire. Theme of the weekend
n is "The Evt nts Leading to thi
Ratal lishn nt th< SI ite of I--
ra< I." and v I tioi
of At thur Li tts, Fl id R
I Ali x Spitalnii k
ami pro
FSU Students Sharon Lee Weintrg*
Mark Barry Sham* United hi M(lrr'm
Sharon LM Wrintraub and Mark
Harry Shanis were united in mar-
riage Sunday. March 22, in tlie
Kuhaiyat Ballioom of trie Algiers
Hotel. Rabbi Max I^andman offi-
ciated at ilijj p.m. ceremonies.
Both thV fiunV. daughter <>1 Mr.
and Mrs. Milton C. Weintrauh.
2135 S\V 35th Ter., and the bridc-
iom, whose parenta are Mr. and
Mis Amu.Id Shanis of Hull. Mass.
i luati students at Fl irida
State University. The new Mrs.
shams earned her B.A. degree in
Sociol Ri from Florida Atlantic
I'nisi rsits after graduating from
Coral Gabli i S nior High School
Her husband, a Biology major, is
a : ate of Brandt is University
For her wedding, the bride se-
lected a floor-length gown >>f la..
:i,i ,h ft on and a cascade .'I whitt
i.is.s h.t attendants included
Kan n 1 >unn, maul i i honot ; Mrs
Barbara Repic, matron "f honor,
I bi id< smaids Diane Scheel and
Joan Shanis
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A reception for the couple fol- for a horn

s
Durbins Announcing
CaroFs Engagement
To Harvey Reiser
Mr. and Mrs. I. Abe Dtirbin,
announce the i ngagement of thi ii
daughter, Carol Sue. to Harvey
1\. is. r son ol Mr. and Mrs Mon-
].> Keiser of New Rochclle, NY.
The Durbins were residents ol
Miami Beach before moving t..
Hollywood t> n years ago, Miss
D i "in. a graduate of South
Browaid Hi. S I nl, attended
the University ol Ti nn ssee and is
presently a student at the Unlver-
sitj ol Miami, i! r fiance who Is
c impleting ins studies at the
versit ol Miami attended thi
I'rivet ith Flot ida after
, lual ing : i h si !i >l in
New ;
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Be A June BridA
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"Jeniiti fkrkjictr:
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pioneer Women Honor National President

Bv KD1TH ZIPP
L Esth"" "<*> **&*,
^ prrsidenl of Pionwr
i^n was honored at the rc-
Ta'nuHi Donor Luncheonof
J, pioneer Women at the
to Hotel An attorney by
J Mis Zackler showed
1 insight into the
fashion.
I returned rrom
I us in Israel
..It, nd.ng Hi-- open-
i ,|,. Fash on Wt eh In Is-
n, took place
Swissair ln-
f show opened
1 thos. who lost
., gin th lir crash. "How-
T M.. kler stated "the
,, must < d The
. is -i iged as a
lion and the mo-
, U through
, ... inging from
lo rock Miid roll,
. themes She
..: is wi re not
i> M coached
presentations.
M IV i~ hild .it
I it was paekod.
,,j, vpr> impoi t.ml as the
, nd'ustr> i- hoping to
. inomy of the
., ',' |i '. entered and
I.. doors, and
from swim
L-. ening gowns.
I ran the gamut
mil < to maxi's .
lai ing decolle-
p,. fh industry has
[ ide chlldn n's
.- -. v iich were also
.. show,
M-. v ough the Pto-
T Wo I se> SI nl of
vocati I sen iota which re
ructured U the young girl
it the '
i enter the
19 pawn ->t
r-duc ition in Is-
Rth : tde M ist
to [I'd to
r
: ict
I nd^d with

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wo

go into
...
ic idemic sub-
irse teai
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problem,
I Pionei Women provide
nen who are
I field of I
I ne instructot 1
'On if -i well known la
rf, who is one of
|H0USEKEEPER 4 COMPANION
(FOR WIDOWER)
IJAuM be intelligent individual,
j"ve in or out, days of employ-
ment optional. Upper M.B.
1944-7263
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EVENING
GOWNS
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mKS. JACK lACKllK
Israel's top c wtur : lesi tners
Their gi adual do w -II in Hi
world of fashion, as Mrs Moshi
i Until Dayan well knows, (She
has an enterprise known as
Mazkit, which originally l* in
,i- ,i fashion bouse and has nov.
expanded to include art objects.
One of her designers is s grad-
uate of one of the Pioneer Wo-
rn- n's schools, i
Mrs Zackler stated thai there
are several factors involved in '
the impact of the fashion in-
dustry in Israel. First, the fact
th 'i cotton has onh beefl grown
and perfected foi looming for
the past ten yours it is blended
with many synthetic fabrics,
most often with metallic yarns.
Todaj Israel ha- textile fact
that vie with fabrics from all
over 111- world. Then the employ-
ment -itu.it ion is < ruse : r c >n-
c -i n There i- no unemploj menl
In Israel, neither do they have
'h mass pro luct ion or piece
goods method of garment pro-
duction as we know ii in llv
Si ites. The type of finished g ir-
ment they produce is more ol
the couturi style which cannot
be rushed by mass production
in. thods,
The : s mwn at the
I'l i/i Hoi ] were made bj the
young girls in the voc it
schools operated by the- Pioneer
Women. The fabrics were all
irom Israel. < >ne ol Israi I's larg-
i si fashion houses. Beg d-t >r,
uses leathers and suedes to trim
many of their styles. Mrs Zack-
ler .. I she was told the leathers
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are parties weddings, Bar Mitz-
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war unless you read the papers.
The birders have been pushed
hick and life in the cities and
ethi r communities is normal.
the exception being the west
bank, which is one of terror.
te on the Jordanian border
spend every night in shelters.
The army is a way of life: al-
most every family has a son or
daughter in the service. After
the basic training period, the
young people have time off t<>
visit home fairly often and to
see Hum in uniform hitch-
hiking home is commonplace
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"Jfewfeft fksidHnr
Frida;
Mn

THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PUlPtT
Spiritual Counterparts
Rabbi Kaplan
Bj KABItl JONAH E. i VIM. \\
Sk> Lake 8j UP|W
Bible sp iks ol pi liness
ufflfl ilMEsS *! IK
animali which
m i are permitt to nil "clean"
and the animals
which we are
in i permitted to
i'i! 'uncle.m "
Tiio Torah says
a person who
cornea in eon-
tact with a dead
i> l> is unclean.
The formula for
making the un-
clean clean, is
not soap and
vat' r
ituai uncleanlines* is the
counterpart "i physical uncleanlin-
--. t i i physical uilfi ita-
-: ual C "li:'
i .1! i pe
,i nol necessarily
lysically d
\ ns I that hi
s 9 un-
wholesome thoughts, and is moti-
. .i- i; idlj wises
The
h i>
'.' some and that
v hich is psj cl illj damagin
-ts who came to I
iple ;: rfi hit the sen
: to w sh t'ii
: ni ins;, i
> cut tli >mselves ol I
n the influence of the wo Id
,ii m on the outside in
irder to !> al I give of them-
selves wholly and purely to the
service ol I i d This w as the i> ison
for their washing.
We wash our hands before we
sit down at the table to cat even
thoueh our hands ma> bo ptiysi-
rally clean. The washing of the
hand- here points to the fact thai
the Jewish table is an altar even
s tiic home is intended to he a
miniature shrine The food we
eat Is sacred and the blessing is
b lid oxer the food in thankful ap-
preci.' ion to God.
The story of the red cow in
this week's portion of the Torah
.- ,i psychological answer to a
tiological form of unclean-
... nation
i ith t'v de i I is not
sari!} na. It may
. !s,i be a !"-x-c{)^y^;c.d one. Tile
ol a psychological un-
liness is treated in a pay-
ical manner as ted by
kling of the ashes upon him
>\lio has become unclean Spiritual
undeanliness kills and the ash a
,:<. ..'. such a death. To be-
come clean again is to become
aware of this psychological truth.
Man does not live by bread
alone because beyond the physical
bread which sustains his body.
there must ajao be the spiritual
and psychological food which must
feed his psyche. The rituals which
an' intended to clean the unclean
arc tin Tonah way of providing a
'iy mind for a healthy body.
The most devastating feeling in
a human being is the feel
guilt or the fear of the unknown.
By i the psy ehologic tl
It on by a -I :
is the Torah iy
the J*W to red.
n sti ucti\
way
The Tor m waj is thi
ntidoti to uilt feelir. Teshuva
ions up a new
in wh ch the sins ol the
. making room for
new ppo tunit ies and u new a >
re
Intrrfaith Hating I-
Topic Of Discussion
A panel discussion by Senioi
I'.S.Y. members on the topic of
' Interfaith Dationg: How it -M-
b its the Jewish Heritage" was
h. Id at the meeting ol Temple < >r
(loin Sisterhood recently. Panel-
ists Included Lynn Kaufman. Amy
Glanz. Debbie Rickles, Becky
Wakaman, Harriet Fried. Jack
Solomon. Honita Hart man and Ce-
clle Pliskin. Ted Sloan. Senior
l.S.Y. director, was moderator.
Rabbi Italph Glixman is spir-
itual leader of the temple; Jack
Lubin is president. Mrs. Ralph
Pistel serves as South vice presi-
dent ami Mrs. Gerald Schwarts as
Sisterhood president.
U> KA1UJI &AMLEL I. FOX
Wh) N it that when two por-
tions are read from the Bible on
u particular Sahhath it is the .
prophetic portion originally a>-
si-nei to the eeowd. which i>
read as the llaltorah of that
day '.*
The ceneral line "' re is ining .
given for this practice is that the
prophetic portion assigned to the
second reading for that Sabbath
is closer to the content of the
second portion of the Torah which
w is the most recent one read that
Sabbath. It is worth noting how-
. th it in some c ses Uw i>
some luthorities who disagre with
this pracl ng the prophetic
p i! t ion tr idil ionallj -- m i t >
the first reading as the Hafto ah
that S tth
Win do some authorities for-
bid we niiis; Implements "t mil!
lary weapons in the synagogue?
Si : ; si ins ire ad
for t his So that u hen
one ente ne is
li
trust in the A' ightj
arms tes thai on< pi
ine"s c n his ip ms
ilj :a the Abu gh-
> Semi il to tli- Bi
restriction which forbids the is
of metal I i iltar i R*
20:221. It i- claimed thai this
latter restriction was in order be-
cause the k inctuary was i
to unify men and metal had the
power to disunite them through
wan ire. Hewn stones were there-
fore forbidden in the sanctuary
because Ihej came about through
breaking up the unity of the
original rock.
I
South Miami's Mayor Block is shown presentma
Schulemson. president of ORT's Southwest Chapter y
gery Ozner. membership vice president; Edie Weal
president of the Kendall Chapter, and Pauline Sc^
membership vice president, with a proclamation m
March 18 official ORT Day, in celebration ol CRT's
birthday.
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d
Principals in the annual Purim Cainival ol I" imple EnicJ
El which attracted rncie than 2,500 pers
Day Sdiocl this week in advance of tl
ship Ball at the Fontainebleau Motel
weather which qrceted youngsters and ]
to light cue Mr. Ted Hollo, president of the Te:;i
E! P.T.A.; Mrs. Louis Magi I, vice chairman
ship Ball; Dr. and Mrs. Irving Le irn
Stern, cainival committee chairmen.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Tzav
i
CANDLEIIGHTING TIME
19 ADAR 2. 6:15
Mi snoii \ iron ind his sons as
"And he poured >>i the inointing oil
and anointed him, to sanctif) him" ILe\ s
TZAV An elaboration of the gaerificia
ing, tlv mi il offei Ing the sin-offerine.
peaee-offei ing
Moses con li I Aamn and his sons for
made th i offerings of consecration, sprinkl t
ol anointt md taughi them the order I
"And at the I ol Ihe tent
and night ven days and keep the char
1 am con Leviticus K
rCcliqious <^<
id
crvices
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA.
TION. 995 SW 67th Awe. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr. 1
-----------i
ANSHE EVES 2533 SW 19th Avi.
Coniervative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz, 2

ETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
da M Dr., S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. 5
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BETH DAVID. 262* SW 3rd Awe.
Coniervative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W Lioaon. 4
1YmI.i> S 20 p in .out ; |. in S.
mo Ri -in r. itrui Ifii at Ion
M tiIi The .1 ui-li Vi.h fcaat-
unfa) m Thi Torah I MIi/a nj Ji -l.u.. -......I Mr Kjid
Mm Arnold Braun Mim-hii l u.m
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson. 6
HTIiIay k:lS pin Srrmnn "Alone In,
The World." FoUow-vd by Ones Khab-'
inn Salurilay V4f. :i m. Sermon Wi
Are i'iiiniji'.dfil. .".1.". i> ni Portion
f l..<\ S i"' p m Sermon: A Tru<
' 'ommnndment "
BETH EL. t00 SW 17th Awe. Ortho-
dox Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Viil;,\ ; i. 111 S:iiuiU;i> ii iii Mm. 11..
6 io p III
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). S438 SW
8th St. Conaerwatiwe. Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkes 8
Pridn) si*, ]i ni Guest Sneaker: tl.ir-
David Sinning Troubadours." Tuple:
S\ mi.olii Charisma." Pollowed l*
mep Shablial Saturday i m Flai
Mltxvah Donald, mn n< Mi
Mm Irwtn Qlaavmaii, Kollowed b>
a Klddush.
ISRAEL (TEMPLt) Oh GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform
Rabbi Joaeph R. Narot. 10
Pi Iday :13 p m Sel pton 'The I "ol
'.-;. Student From Bnolom Alelrhem
to John Birch "
i'i Ida} p in and *:l.l p m < Ideal
Siteakei JudRe Milton .\ Friedman
Topic 'All oholium, 1'iin.-- and \ I
Iii Hi.n, Ihe Ni Jewish Problei
Saturilaj r a-m Sermon '-Thi
Si nraH Poi the Red n.-ii. i
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 18th
St. Conaervatiwe. Rabbi Ralph Glix.
rnan. Cantor Benjamin Ben An 13
l-'i nl;i\ 8 pin Saturday N Sfl n m Itar
Mltstah l.>:.. son of Mi and Mi
Marvin Markov. Ill und Mark >..n
ol Mr and Mrs Arthur Upman.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 500 N. Miami
Awe. Conaerwatiwe. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. 14
TIFERETH JACOe. (TEMPLE). 51
E. 4th Awe, Hialeah. Conaerwatiwe.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. u
IETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Awe.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Coniervative. Rabbi Awrom L.
Draiin. Cantor Nathan Parnaaa. 11
r^abbinical television f^%
roqrams
M.ireh'MICh. 4. B:30 ., .11. The First Estate.
Topic: Institutional Renew il
Moderator: Rev. Luther C Pierce
Qt|-at: ArchhKliop C.ilenian F. Carroll
Participants: Rabbi Max A. lipachttz, lieth Torah
Confrregation, North Miami Beach; Msgr, Brian
O. Walsh and Rev. Kdward Graham.
Five We*fcs After it* Snoiviiir; on BapaaMI on Oh. : al ItM p.m.
Miu-eh .>CTi-10, <):.-.n am. The Jewish Worship Hour.
Host: Rai)hi ESugone Labovrtz,
l>le Ner Tamid. Miami Beach
March :("h 7. ID a.m. The Still, Small Voice.
Host: Rabhi Alexander Gross, Plincipal
Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami.
ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 M Her Rd
Conaerwatiwe. Rabbi Norman N. Sha-
P"-0 i6
Friday > 10 |. in Jewish Musli Sab-
''"' In '......r ..f Temple Kion Choir
s. 1 in..1 I,, soiuj under the din 1 lion
"f Mr.- Marjorle FTel Salurdai B
' Ml Hai Mltavah flary son .( Ml
and Mrs Arm.1.1 l..i.
ington Awe. Comerwatiwe. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman Cantor Zvi Adler
1 in I in .;u. -1
Sp,.,i,. t 1.( 1 ,.ui- H man,
Direct I in u lew I hVlu il
Top 'ill. Horn. In i. i 1 In
linn Sal ill da) P| n n The w
Porili the I .iii
Maul it Slum 11 \i -
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HEBREW ACADEMV 2400 Pinetree
Dr. OrthoOox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gron. ;s
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Waah.ngton Awe
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Engel. 20

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 820 75th St
Coniervative. Rabbi Mayer Abra-n-
ovvitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
YOUNO ISRAEL OF Cc:-'n
MIAMI. 990 NE 17111 St 0"N
Rabbi Nattai. P -uh
liion
1
Mr :
C0RAI GABIES
JUDEA iTfcWP'.E bi Blwd. Reform. R;ci Mo"11
per.

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\ .ill I. v
Feliln
ZAMORA (TEMPlV UZf"
Conierwal.we Rrr. viwe
Cantor R.. '-.i-3 B'<0)'
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOtHe CONGREGATION,
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conaerwatiwe.
Rabbi Joaeph A. Gorfinkel. Cantor
Ben Zion Kirichenbaum.
MIAMI oLACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyla Awe.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ewer.
BETH ISRAEL_770 40tn St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein. u
BETH JACOB. 301 Waahington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. %wir.
aky. Cantor Maunc* Mamchei. It
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jetferion Ave. Coniervative Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
ETH SHOLOM* (TEMPLE). 4144
Chaie Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronnh. Aniitant Rabbi Jeerold
Levy. Cantor David Conwuer ?i
Prlday s r, p.m |.r. Kroniuh iii
Kueak "Journey To l.ru-..l. in .
.\ i:.|..in on Hi.. National Convention
r iii.- Central Conferena ..f Ameri-
can Itabhln in i-in.-i". Saturda) i>. 1,
:i m liar Mltavah: Mare ,aon of \ir
mm Mm Ncniard Ramlnaky
KTH JFILAH. SSS Euclid Awe. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joaeph E. Rackowaky. 2i
CUBAN HEBREW UONGR EC. ATION
1242 Washington Av. Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Roaanewaig. 23
NER TAMID (TEMPLE) 80th St and
Tatum Waterway. Coniervative
Rabbi Eugene Laboviti. Cantor Ed
ward Klem. 2t

OHEV SHALOM 7055 Bonita Or
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man, jo
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 4e
Collina Awe. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiai. 81
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542
44 Waahington Ave. Rabbi A. Ben.
HiMel. |2
NORTH MIAMI BfACM
ADATH YE6HURUN (TEMPLE>. 1028
NE. Miam G^rdena Driva Con.
ervative Rabbi Milton Schhnaky
Cantor Tibor Mmi JJ
"TH TORAh" N*( 184tn St at lit*
SB: Conrwatiwe. Rabbi Max Lip
achitz. Cantor Jacob Ranzar. |4
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hi 80iom1.11 s.i,,if Sermon "Hov.
ill Juilai-m Surviv. Hi.- 7.1 v
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW tBSrd 8t
Conaervativa. Rabbi Ch.rlea Rubel
Cantor Jack Larner. si
M4JaaaM (IEMPI-E)"of NORTH DADE
18801 NLE. 22nd Avenue. Reform
nabbi Ralph P. Kingaley. 37
' V, 1 't-,':'';.'' ,n Sermon' "l>-.. Haw
Ami Tl,. Baa, ,.,, ,,r ,iUtlil^nl
8^hLaKEJ,VN*OOUK 181S1 N"
Cal.ny* 0p,hod,' """bi Janah E
n. LAUOUMU
BETH ISRAEL I'lMPLt), #
Oakland Park B'vd RM'-
Edwardi. Canor Miunat la
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EMANUEL. 8248 I* OiW"^
Blvd Rrlor..- "
Lewiton. Cantor JI
HAllANDAll
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HALLANOALE JEWS*
12* N.E. Fi"-- "
HOllYWOOO
BETH EL (TEMPLt .. f 1
R.form Rabbi S.' 1
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lira, Kau
ETH SHALOM* fMPl.
Monroe St Cotttt'
Morton Malavsky
Gold.
Cintor
SINAI (TEMPLE* -'01 ^
Conaerwatiwe Raff. P
Cantor Yehcdah HrUBrlun.
MKAMAI
ISRAEL (TEMPLE <-J S
St. Conierwat.v "''. K
Winograd. Cantor At'W
POMPANO ItACII
|i in Baterrd .\ :, aj s.
m..,i -Moral Decay and Spiritual
EMANU-EL (TEMPlcI. 1701 Waih- ,, '"'','"^,' ',':'r, ^""A 'lh ,:.....' ''""
SHOLOM (TEMPLE Sr A
Conaervativa. Rabbi JJJJ
Cantor Michael f"""11
$MrM ,-,
MOGAN DAVID CCSG" r^
J293 Harding Ave j V
Hall Orthodo Lt


Lch 27, 1970
vjewlsi fkrid/for
ae C-C
jell's Facility Provides
proved Communications
telephone sys- Total Investment In the WB
:n and Ma- story brick building on N.VY 36th
v in Miami Street ia&3 million. This includes
r,. convenient coilffIt* rf>s<*Tif Intnl. bullfffllfes, cable
servk-f has become and switching equipment.
lo Lawrence ]n ,,,.,.,,(,, ,|. portion ol the
x '' ,,|',~l" sl, .,, s,.| vii | iii lino will
function Independent l> ul the por-
. '" l,,;",i"- |ion Bl ninn the otl* r llowi \< r,
: ''"' ,1"' ail of Eastern's and National's of-
"' ''''''" fices in the Miami area as well as
allow '
i s >
i the
Hi' ir ticket i ffici s hi coastal
lirrctlj any of (lj(S M|i.h 1S ,-.,,, Ga,e .,,, Kl
L locally nd .,,),.,,|a|,., will In- linked in the
j lion without going racillly. And. through It, they will
[Switchboard oixrators. ,w ah](1 ((1 (1ilv,.,|y d|a) ,| ,,.,
""' BVf' company offices nationwide.
si ol n- type i"
lerritor) covers This building is the first "t four
mrs f'a new tele- new central BfOcea which will go
feUinc neat Miami Inter- into service In Crrater Miami dur-
IAiii~i* Th( new syst.-m <- WTO. Also. fWrtfcen major fed-
[about 5.W phone linos riitiohs will be completed, or well
L-,iihn'> thus relieving underway, on existing central <>f-
hinothei central offtCes tie, s. All these acttvltk-s are pan
carrying their traffic <' the phone company's ongoing
dinted out that the build- construction program t<> keep
T.',i to ultim ih lj hand- apace with the area's growth. The
I nunications ".ls trogram for South and Southeast
I ainwrl complex Florida, this year alone, will in-
line calling vol- volve spending around $135 mil-
through other cen Uon for new facilities. Mr. Shcffcj
,.,., sai.l
Exterior cf Southern Bell's newly completed
Central office building, located at 5275 N.W.
36th St., a two-story brick structure built and
equipped at a cost of S3.3 million, which
will ultimately handle the tele-communica-
tions needs of the sprawling airport complex.
Homes Auxiliary to
Open Treasure Chest
Obituaries
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GREEN. Si '-l m
LINSKY. Mm Avi
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SILVERSTEIN.
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STENCEL. I I
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The long*awaitc for the
opening ol rh Treasure Chest of
valuable ami useful cifts. a donor
project which is Ihe biggest source
ol income for the Greater Miami
Auxiliary ol the Jewish Home for
the Aged, has arrived at last it
v ill take place at their meeting in
the Kuhaiy.it Room of the Algiers
iii.t. i at noon Tuesday.
Mis Lawrence Silverman. the
Auxiliary's president, will give the
message of welcome; the invoca-
tion will he given bj Mrs. Martha
Isal><>l Grove's Sister,
Muriel karlun. Passes
Word lias been iceivrtl hen- of
the death of Muriel l". (Richteri
kailan the sister ol Isabel (Mrs.
Howard) Grove of Miami Beach,
which occurred March 20. Services
were held for Mrs. Karlan, who
v ;is a practicing attorney, in New
Roehelle. N v.. Sunday, March 22.
In addition to hci sisl i who is
ll-known in this area, Mrs Kar-
lan is SUI \ :m 'I bj her husliaiid,
1 11..ii d. (wo daiiRhtei*s, Karolr
: Sandy, and her brother, Har-
M \ Itiehti r.
Greenberger. donor project chair-
man. Mrs. Sol Silverman, life
president and building fund chair-
man, will make a final report on
the progress made in the expan-
sion program
A snack luncheon will precede
the opening of the Treasure Chest,
v. hen holders of the numbered
tiekets "ill discover what the
matching packages contain. Mrs.
Anne Tanenbaum and Mrs. Rose
Roth are in charge ol reservations
for the event.
ON THE AIR
HEAR
JACOB
SCHACHTER
nAY YOUS
FAVORITE
YIDDISH MUSIC
IVERY SMNDAY At NOON
RADIO STATION WLT0
1200 On Yaur Dial
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JAMES B GORDON
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666-2353
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Op*n fvery Dor Cloffs iSwSbofh
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Mioni'i Only Strictly Jwih
Monument Deolrr
THURMOND
MONUMENT COMPANY


Be Sore To Visit Our Showroom and Display For A Free Estimate
On a Monument or Marker of your choice.
Inquiries Will Not Obligate You In Any Way
3253 SW. 8th Street Phone 444-1614
"We Don't Sell for Less But We Do Sell the Best"
took for the only two story building in the block.
HARRY W. BEYER through
his association with Lithgow
Funeral Centers can con-
veniently serve the entire
Jewish Community or South
Florida through lithgow's
seven locations.
All Religious
Rituals Observed
One telephone number
reaches all Chapels 757-5544
HARRY W. BEYER,
Funeral Director
Phone 949-3133
4900 Griffin Rood, Hollywood, Florida;
ba a
11lemoriat
(jiiicicn.i

all-Jewish *Si<[*Zi if".
In Broward County. .**$ *' <
surroundings, beau- <*..* '
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+Jenif Fkridffor
l!*V- March ft
LEGAL NOilCf
LEGAL NOTICE
i
Said
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1032
Frank B Dowlinj
In RE Estate i.f
SARA BREGMAX
i lei eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ti i Ail Cred
^ing claims or Demands Ai
'" '.....'
You are h requir-
ed to present an)
v hi. h yi u may I si the
-i. i, .1 SARA BREOMAN
of I' ide Count) Fiori la, to
Count) Judge* of Dade County,
ml fill ind a-
Sr..\ nli .1 in Section 7 II '" I 4a
tauites, in their office* In the Coun-
ty Courthouiu Dade County, Floi i
within 1 calendar months from the
time of the flnil publication hereof,
e same a ni be barred
Dated al Miami, Florida, this ITth
aj of Man b, A i> 1970
BLMBR BREOMAN
\ Exi utor
rii>; publication of this notice on
..Mi: das of March, 1970
SI.M<\. HAYS A GRUNDWERG
\i torne) i for Bxecutor
01 Alnsley Building
Miami, Florida 33132
n v i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-993
John R. Blanton
In RE Estate of
ROSrA I8ABBLL NKAI.
I leceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Batata:
You nrr hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claim* and demand*
which you maj have : tat* of ROSIA I8ABBLL NKAI. de-
l-eased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Cottn-
iv. and file the same in duplicate
ind as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, In their offices in
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publica-
tion hereof, or the same will be
barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 16th
.lay of March. A D 1K0.
BEULAH NINA BLEDSOE
A* Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 20ih day "f March. l!-7"
HENRY M BURCH
Attorney for Executrix
U'rtS Se.vl.old liuildniK
Miami. Florida
I -"-27 4 3-H>
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\-. i. ; 1' i > n
. _-.ir-
m
oi DIXIE w EBT APARTMEN 9
sun.- -- One Hi '""'k
Miami
'.' Clerk of
the -Oir. uit Court ol Dad. C unty,
'*.
KENNETH N ReKAN "
SUSAN .' :: K v NT
KENNETH N R. KANT
Attoi iplli ..nis
I
Miami Bei h P
NOTICE UV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 70-3651
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
WILLIAM 1! MOtlO.
Plaintiff.
ANGELINA .v,."'.';
1.. fei dant
TO ANGELINA Ml '
3824 1 trOIlk i"'Uie\ HI ,1
Bronx, New Yoi k
You Angelina M --'
notlfli d thai A< tlon for Divorci
has been filed againsl you ai d u
in- required to serve i ipy of your
Ai.su.-i or Pleading to the \ i
on the Plaintiffs attorney, SOI.
ALEXANDER, 19 West Flagle) SI
Biscayne Building-, Suite 317, Miami
Florida 33130 and file the original
Answer ->r Pleading; in the office of |
the Clerk of the Circuit i'..urt on or I
before the Bth daj ( April. l70 If
>..u fall '' do so. .juli.-ni.iii i.y de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Hill of
Complaint.
Tins notice shall be publish.-.1 on..
each week f.r four consecutive week*
hi THE JEWISH Ft-ORTDIAN
DOXE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida this Hth day of Februarj
A.D. l'.'T -
E I! LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: C GOODMAN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
3 S-1S-20-17
ffffXCnU BY HENRY LEONARD
1.1 s
l\Q
I
TEMPLE CRISES: The time when no one
could open the Ark .
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IN THE CIRCUIT -, 1
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
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NOT'CE UNOST
FICTITlOLSNAMf.ii
NOTH i
the ut
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CARNt'H .,'
a Pli I l i ,..r|h,
LEONARDK
. Attorney '-
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; Mian-

1952 IT Travel-O-Trailer. Identifica-
tion No 3S663334, Title No. '.......B78,
rag No 1MH8043, will be sold at
Mlblic auction at approximately !*
i. m on the 4th day ..f April 1970,
V Tamiami Trailer I'ark. at 33X
s \\ Bth Si Miami Owner** name
EILEEN Hl'El.BIQ, lasl known ad-
ir.-ss :._'.. S.E l-'.-Ui s: Miami
3 30-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Gil EN II ll
: he un.l.-i signed
businer undei thi I I
f JIM IVILL1GS SUNILAND MUSIC
SIP >PPES al II425 S Dixli High-
. j Mian i 2719 Ponci di I .-
Blvd., <
r said name 'lth the Clerl
: '.I mi Pour! o( I. i. Coui I
(I I BLES-SUNI1 IXDS
CO IN."
KES8I ER '-: -Tl! SHERADSKY
..- BE" 'K ERMAN
fur Applicant
S u 3rd Avi M
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE 18 HERESY GIVEN that by
virtue of Chapter *7s of Florida stat-
ute* Annotated (1941) Warehouse-
men and Warehouse Receipts where-
in ABE VAN LINES a Florida cor-
poration by virtue of its warehouse
lien has in its Doaveaslon the follow-
ing de-. rib.-.l pr-.perty:
LTsed Household good* as the property
of D I. SHAPIRO whose lasl known
address was BtSt Byron Ave., Miami
Beach, Fla and that on the loth day
of April. is7'i during the legal hour*
of sal,* mainly between II M fore-
noon and 2:00 in the afternoon at
3136 N \Y 34th Avenue, Miami. Fl.>-
rida the undersigned shall offer for
sale to ii hlgl si bidder for ash
in hai I I I ..!...-..- described i>: open j
ol D i. SH LPIRI
Dated ii \i ml !"' '... 11 -I
day :' Man h w: i
.i -"- :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
-.:)' .'.'!. desiring i gage
n nesa under the ficlitioua name
i.f ci i;i:i ,x- .-I Ti ik ai Ihos n u
it Ave., Miami intends to register
-.t name with the Clerk of :l Clr-
u Ci ui of 1 '.ol. 'oui l j Floi Ida
-. CVRRY INC
11] T t 'mi y. Pi esident
:: J"-j7 10
in the county judges court
in and for dade county,
florida in probate
No. 70-811
In RE Bstate of
HERMAN LEVY
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim* "i Demand* Against Saul
I: -. .:.
V'U in h.l.bv notified and re-
qulred t< present any claii i de-
mand* which you may have against
the estate of HERMAN LEVY de-
eased late or Dade County, Florida,
to ihe County Judge* of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, to the County Judge* of
Dade County, and file the same In
implicate and as provided In Set
?:^ l, Florida Statutes, In their of-
fices in the Count) Courthouse m
Dade County, Florida, within six
alendar months from the time of
the first publication hereof, or the
same will be barred
Dated ai Miami, Florida thi* Nth
day of February. A I> 1970
MAE I. tVIEN
As E\e, utrix
!'.i--- publication Of tins notice on
the fiih day .-f March, l?0
MY EltS K AIM AN PORTER,
NBVINSON & KBNIN
\ ttomey* for Petitioner
1150 8. W First Street,
Miami Fig
S H-1S-?ii-?7
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY tll\ EN thai
-I u lersigned. deslrl-ng to engage

PEST Vi iNTRi 'I. nl -
S \V I Sire. Miami, Floi ids

with t!-- Clei f tl I Court
I .i. fun|
MARCH '
I .....v PKST "< >NTRi >L CO INC
By s JA< 'K I : :\ ; N R Presl lent
MYERS KAPLAN P
I i:\ INSi 'N .v KENIN
Attorneys 1
Bs ESDWIN M OINSBl' !
1 -.., sm First S
i
.: i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-834
In RE: Estate of
BARAH HOLLANDER
1 teceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and ah Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Againsl Said
Estate
Fou are hereby notified and re-
quired I.- present any laims and
demands which you may have against
the estate of BARAH HOLLANDER
deceased late of Dade Count) Flo-
rida, to the Count} Judge* ol Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733 16,
Florida st.itut.-s, in their office* In
the County Courthouse m Dadi
County. Florida, within 'i\ calendar
month* from the time ol the flrsl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY <;t\ BN al
the ui derslgned desiring to engage In
i ,, under the fit litlous name
,,f FOI'K FREEDOMS NATIONAL
MEDK 'AL SER\ I" 'ES CO d b a
FOCR FREEIHIM8 MANOR at ?-'
Collins Avenue, 31 la ml Beach, Florida
intend- ii regtstei said nanoe with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dadi iunt} Florida
FOCR PREBDOMS N XTU'NAL
MEDICAL BERN ICEB <" I
By HARRY STONE, Vice President
ENOLANDBB A BCRNETT
No l I in...in Road Rldg .
Miami Beach. Put
Attorney s lor
FOl'R FREEDOMS M W 'I!
: g-tS-SO-ti
NOTICE L NOES riCTlT
NAME LAW
NOTICE r|
the und. :
business u
8HIRJAC li'
303 Drlv)
to registi r I narm
< the Cln uit
Florida
.1 \CK KANE i SHIRUTI
I
. J DAVID 1.11 IN I'A
Ai lorney for
SHIRJAC PI F.RTIE3
OS Lincoln !:. I
Miami Bi
publication hereof. ..r the sam<
be barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this
da) of March. A.D '
BAMI'EI. HkI.I ANDKII
JEAN M'. II BRBI1
BEATRICE It VDIN
As Bxecal
l-'nsi publl itioi "
II 13th da> of Man '
KO.M.MEI, HlMiEltS U)li
\- BHENKMAN
Al ton rys foi Exeeul
I
Miami :
. II
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY rjlVEN lhal
tht -a- lersigned, desiring to engage
In husll flctltjnui
of \ vrril.rs Id 'TEL al 1*23
Avenue Miami I:- ich, Dadt County,
Florida intends to register said name
with the i 'lerh of the Circuit "oui t
of Dade I "oui Florid .
1821 COLLINS ii IRP
I Fl< irida i porntlon
RV MARVIN wil.l IO, President
v....i i i .|i< ri H.LAi 'K Sei rptan
METER \\ EISS R" -.-i: a ARKIN
Attorney* for
1831 i < il I INS c. iRp
a Fl"i Ida orpoi .i t Ion
:: 30-27 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business uiid.-r the fi.titi.-u
of MICHAEL-JOSEPH MANCFAC-
TCRINO COMPANY nl 335 NE M>th
Ti rraci M lami, Florida Intends t" i -
gister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
HERMAN L-ERNER
OEORGE GILBERT
\ -i \ for
HERMAN LBRNER
: i 10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HUES' that
the undersigned, desiring t< engage in
bu m under the flctltlou* num.' of
CUE md CUSHION BILLIARD CLUB
al "i NE 7th Street, Miami.
Florida Intends to registei said name
with thi Clerk .-f the Circuit Court
of D de County, Florida,
[RWIN meim IPF
ROBERT I. BIXXtMBERO
Attomi i ADollcanl
i BuUdlnc
.
30-21 '
aun uicn
* 420 im II Mill
T W. 2W. MIITIHC3?
CMUL (ULES
, 214 M.rir.e Mde
IrtH*. fid num
W5J7I3
MliUI
I*. I-!:, nil. fttri <
SB li I. Ill St. (ta. <
23UI lit UII <
nuoiisEs
IHULULE
H. IM 4417
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In busl i the fictitious name
of PAR MEDICAL BUII-DINO at
I980-34 B.Wi j: Ave., Miami Intend*
to register agio nam< with the Clerk
Circuit Court of Dad.- County.
Florida.
PEDRO A KAMI'S
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IN THE COUNT-. JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA If. PnOB-'L
No. .
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NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORDA
Pi ALL PI IStiNS
IN THE BSTATE i 'P SA
DBN r
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t. n Insl ui
last nil ,| de-
cedent has I.....in ed
in ^;,,.l i' in: ^ u art herebj
manded within six ci endai
fi i-in i! dati f tl
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and al w causi
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FRANK l I- IWLING
Count) Judge
By I.' 'IS F PAST! IRFIEI I'
Clerk
I'Al.l.i.P POPPELL, ll< IRWICH
.v GOODMAN
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1504 Alfred I duP Bu ling
t ii Florid*
Flrl publl. ation of tl
the 13th daj of Man h, 19" -
(Clr< uit Court Si al)
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCL IT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 70-4031
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HAIMtY I! JACKSON,
Plaintiff,
VEItA i IWENS JACK8I IN
Defendant .
TO \ BRA "W ENS JACKSON
4M c.ii..11. i Street, N E
Atlanta. Georgia
You. VERA OWEN8 JACKSON
are hereby notified that a Bill of
Complain) for Divorce ha* been filed
airamsi you. inn) y..u are requlri
serve copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing i" the BUI of Complain) on the
Plaintiffs attorney, max a GOLD-
FARB, II West Flatter Street Mlam
Fl.iii.ia and fib- the original Anewei
or Pleading In the office .,f the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on ni
14th day of April, t"7' If you fall t..
do bo, ludgmeni by default will b
taken againsl you for the H< I d<
in mded in the I ti 11 of Conspl
This notice shall be publish< -
each weak for four conserutlvi
in Till'. JEWISH Fl.'Htllilw
DONE AND ORDERED .t Miami
Florida, tins :.th day of March a d
E n LBATHBRHAN, Clerk
i in uit Court. Dade County Pioi .|,
By: c P, COPE) \nd
Deputy Clerk
(i ii. uit curt Seali
MAX A GOLDFARII
19 u.-st Ftagler street
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
3.13-20-27 4 3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
F'LORIDA IN PR08ATE
No 70-566
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBHEin GIVEN that
signed di iiing
' ess u the flctltl iuc names
r MEYER B MARKS MD MEYEII
B MARKS, .\l D P A .,t ..-..: Arthur
.....re} ltd. Mi..mi Beach intend- to
aid name* with the Clerk
"I the Chfcull Court >f Dad.- County.
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MEYER B MARKS M l>
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BPARHER KOSKIN fl.
HBILBRl INNER \
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREHY GIVE
I Irlng to
". burin ess i ...in-..
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el MS \ u Avenue, In th.- City >1
.Miami Florida intend lo reglntel
i name with the Clerk .r the
i in mi Coui t ..I Dadi l' lunty, Florida
, Dated al Miami. Florid... tl
day ol March |70
Till IM \S i: Cm >PER
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Attorney for Applicant
Ml" Congress Ituilding;
Miami, Florid.,
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NOTICE UNDER
rmOUS NAME LAW
STVBN that

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VYAItBHOCSK
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[| Clerk of, FISH MAN 6 FEIN
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IICAI NOTKf
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70 824 (Dowling)
In KM: Bottle "i
SASirBI.BOTWLV
DacaaMfl.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All creditors and All Persona Hav-
tna Claims or i>. mands Agalnat Hold
state:
You :ir' hereby notified ami requir-
ed to present any .hums anil demands
which y..u may have against the es-
tate of SAMt'EI. HuTWIV deceived
lala of Da4e !"*iii Florida, lo the
county Jadrei of bade County, and
file the aame m duplicate and a* pro.
vid.-d In s i lion 7;:: IS, Florida Stat-
ute*, In Iheir offices In the County
Courthouse in Dude County, Plorida,
within six ,1'iniiir month* from the
lime of the fir-i publication hereof,
or ih- sarei will be barred
Dated .'' Miami, Florida
daj ..i March, A l> l70
MARY IIOTWIN
\- Exe. utrlx
I'ir^t public .ii Ion of r> i-
the -.'"tli .1 ty ..f Man h, 18
UGAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
UGAl NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 70-51 (Parker)
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
BEN MATi-llKTT.
Plaintiff,
vs.
PI OKA i; MATCH KTT,
Defendant.
TO: Kumv Ft matchktt.
41" Charles Street
fjoldboro, North Carolina!
You. FLORA II MATCH BTT. -r
hereby notified than 11 1 :>ll ol I'om
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No. 70-49*8
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
1'I/;A I.I.rltA.
Plaintiff
A NOB!. M. I.I.ERA.
Defendant
TO: SP ANGEL M I.I.KI'.A
I'.H 535ft1K3o SVC BTRY
1st BARTY
Port Riley, Kansas
You, ANOBL m. i.I.KU.x, arc lore.
'|by notified that a Bill of Complaint
tlvorr-e ha> been filed agalnat
tins Kill
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KNBBRil
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Ser\e B 1 op3 !
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Plaintiff'- nti
BBTT. Bttg ::i: 1 .
IS \\ esl Flugler sir.
Ida 33130, and flh th<
ewer or Pleading in thi
clerk of the fin uh '
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our Att-w,i- ..1 ii, iid*
01 Complaint on the
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NOTICE l IDER
LCTITIO-, MAMELAW
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,_ ClRCulT COURT OF THE
kENTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IFL0RI0A. IN ANO FOR
COL'NTV CIVIL ACTION
no. re '7
SU*IT F0" DIVORCE
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TME
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIOA
j Caie No 70-3828
NOTICE OF SUIT
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1 MARTHA I '1.11 Ii K' "IX
DefendM
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TOl* Al:i: HKRKBY NOTIFIED
that complain! has been f le-i ..l; .
yog b) the Plaintiff In the atx
styled 1 ..u-- and Com for thi purp.....
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* YiT ARK HKREB\ NOTIFTEP
to -.ri. .1 cop of >"U- Ann "r ,
pleading m PI ntlff utton *
KAI'I.AN ., : SHAPIRO !'._1 Merl-
a "u- Mini '' h PI >rida,
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p|, ,,,!,, fi :. nl Ihi C'lei
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each week f"i fi'Ur i*oiisei'Utive
In Til 1; .1 KWISH l"l lltlDI \ N
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IS Wi -1 Plagh r Stn 1
Miami, Florida
Attorm y for Pli
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cop) nl j-our Answer ,.r Pleading t"
thi BUI ..i Complain! on the Plaintiff's
attorney, flHOVER CTMENT W'EI.V-
STBIN \- STACBEB, I'A 3SA Lin-
Knad, Miaou Beach, Florida
."!'! file the original Answer <>r Plead-
iim in 1I1. offii.- of the Clerk of the
1*11 u' ''..u.-i ,,,, ,. before id. 28th
tpi l'.i"n 11 you fall lo do
Bim 111 l>) defaull ill 1.. ti
'-.....si you for the relief del
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SHI :i:M \ \ STACBEB
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NOTICE UNDE*
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRKBY OTVBN
1 lei gued, desiring lo engag*
lu-". urder tli. rtctltious name o|
BMPIjOYMEST 'Tl'V .ii IM N E
117 s- \ Miami Beach, Pla Intends
- register -1.1 na 1111 \\ -Th th. 1
of the 'in u1' urt 1 l I >ade '
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HERBERT E, GOt'l DEN
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NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE IS HEREBY iMVK.V that
th.- ii'i'h r- .-I desiring In
in i.n- inesi under the fictitious nami
of SCN-ORAPHTCS at 400 V \V I..
Jeum K ., 1 (42nd Avenue). Miami
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with the cierk if the Circuit Court
of 1 '...ie '' unty Floriila
JOSEPII BENNETT,
INCi >RP< nt '"rh Bi Ie Owner
RAI I'll F. STAYER
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No. 70-746
GEORGE T. CLARK
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditor* and All Peraoiis Hi i
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Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir- ,
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vhii-h > 11 may have aga isl ihi -- 1
' of WILLIAM SCHW ARTZ di
.'- 'I la e of I 'ol.. 1 "ounl > Florida, |
to thi Count) Judges ..f Dadi County. I
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NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HKHEBV >;1VI;.V that by
virtue of Chapter '.?> of Florida stat-
ui's Annotated tl!4li Warehouse-
men and Warehouse lln-ripti- where-
in AUK vav LINES a Florida cor-
poration hy virtue of Ita warehouae
Ion has In Its possession the follow-
ing described properU 1
Csed Household Kii> as the property
of MART iivadwei.i. whose laat
known address was 3667 N VV. '." St..
Miami. Florida and that on the 17th
day of April. 1K0 during il"- legal
hours of sa:e. mainly between 11:00
forenoon and -':"" in the afternoon a!
3136 V.W 34th Avenue. Miami, Flo-
rida the undersigned shall offer f"'
sale t.. the highest bidder for '-ash
in hand the above di noribi .1 pro
perty of MARY BRADWELL
Dated al .Miami. Florida, tliis ISth
da) of March, l7o
3 .'7 I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-248
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SAMI i:i. A BUBTi
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All 1 Hav-
ing 1 'laims or Dem Kg
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You ..! 1 hen by not requir-
ed to presenl ny 1 .mi i- d di mands
\>lni h ^"U ma) ha againsl tin
S WU'I'I. .. BERII leceased
late "f I "ade Count) Florid I
County Judge* of Dadi Com I
sami in duplli ati
vided In Section 733.16. Florida Btat-
uti s. in then the '"......v
Courthousi In Dad Count; I"
within six calendar mntun* from the
time of the f"-' nuhlti 1.....n bi n :
..r thi .-..in. will '
Dated at Miami. PKirtda, th
dni of March, A 1970
BY LA IA BERTi
As C\. u rlx
First publication of tin-
ih. 27th day "f March, I'-T 1
HARRY ZPKERNICK
Vtim for Bxei j'-:\
1. 1 1 .! Road, Mian I Beach,
Florida 33139 .
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL CTION
No. 70-5180
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ll.r.MlN.M'A VALEADARBS,
Plaii
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-2299 (Chnatie)
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
EDt'ARDO INBIONARJB8
Plaintiff,
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Suite \;n. 7M N W 37th u
Miami, inarija
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IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH Jl___CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 70-3407Duva'
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COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-5CS0
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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Miami Happenings
Auction Central for has been officially opened in the
Merchandise Mart, which has
pfovkted ample office and stor-
age space for the goods to be
said during the Ufth annual
fund raising event, which begins
in 51 days
Don Kaplan, president of the
Flagler Insurance Agency, was
the recipient ot a special award
from the Travelers Insurance
Co. recently. The award was
presented by Travelers' presi-
dent. Roger Wilkin!. at a Boca
Raton Country Club dinner, for
being the leading volume life
insurance producer for 1969.
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Dr. Morris H. Blao, of Cedars
of Lebanon's Department of
Surgery, will direct a postgrad-
uate seminar on Surgical Ther-
apy sponsored by the hospital
this weekend. Major topics will
be the future of organ trans-
plantation, the management ol
transplant patients and cardiac
resuscitation.
The hoard of directors of
United Barn-shares of Florida,
inc.. has declared a dividend ol
i"< cents per slian'. payable on
M irch ."'l >o stockholdi rs of rec-
i 1 March 25.
The affiliation ol Cedars dI
Lebanon Hospital's department
of obstetrics ami gynecolog)
with the University ol Miami
School of Medicine has been for-
mally implemented, s. k. Brim-
Mem, executive vice president,
has announced. Dr. Wu.mm* s.
Boners, chief of the C.ilais Aca-
demic Service of obstetrics and
gynecology, ill in- in charge <>i
the program.
state Rep, D. Robert Graham
lias been appointed to a nine-
man Task Force on Statewide
Planning for Higher Education
b) Oregon's Gov. Tom MH all,
chairman ol the (Education Com-
mission of the states The Task
Force will develop Interstal
programs for the planning ol
immunity .junior colleges, uni-
versities, post-secondary voca-
tional programs and indepen-
dent college and universities.
The appointment of Maurice
V. Adams as director of Acquisi-
tions and assistant to the chair-
man of the board of Penning
Industries, Inc.. has been an-
nounced by us board chaii
Maun. > Revtts, who has Jusl
i i succeed his
the fust Incumbent In the the
brother, PhH Bevlts, as presideni
i th firm. Mr. Adams
,i,,i dofdired
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Arthur Miettel......
in this area foi '
at .. has (oil M '' ';'
,,.. hlic relati ns
Of BvetCtl A. CttJ and Associ-
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Wilno's Passover
Delicacies Kosher
Corned Beef, Salami. Frank-
furters and Bologna manufactured
by the Wilno Kosher Sausage
Company of Chicago, one of the
'dd.-st and largest manufacturers
of I00r'r kosher beef delicatessen
products, will be available at your
local dealers in time for Passover.
Wilno Kosher Delicacies have
been on Passover tables coast to
oast for the past 77 years. The}
are prepared under the strict su-
pervision of Rabbi Ben Zion Ros- ;
nthal and two mashgtchim. an
assurance that everything is Ko-
sher for Passover in accordai ce
with the ritualistic tradition.
Wilno has established a reputa-
tion across the nation for its ex-
cellent, tantalizing and delicious
pure beef products during the past
three quarters of a century. The
SIMM tender care that goes into
these products all year round goes
into the Bologna. Frankfurters,
Corned Beef and Salami prepared
especially to make your Passover
more enjoyable.
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Take El Al's
passover
to Israel
Pass over London, Paris, Rome and Athens.
El Al has more non-stop flights from New York to Israel than
any other airline.
Or if it's London, Paris, Rome or Athens you want to
go to. don't go away.
We have stop flights leaving every day but Friday,
and those are the stops.
El Al also flies between more than a dozen other cities all over
Europe, Africa and the Near East.
We wouldn't blame you for being surprised that El Al
goes to Nairobi and Addis Ababa.
In Nairobi, some people are surprised we go to New York.
[= For reservations, call your travel agent or
ZlM EL AL Israel Airlines,
1602 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach 632-5441


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